There’s something about the wash hanging outside a window that pulls me toward it–almost like the feeling I have for row houses. “The task of finding your key images is lifework,” Georgia Heard wrote.
Oddly, though, with the wash, it’s the differences that attract me; whereas with the houses, it’s the similarities.
Still, I think the fascination comes from what I can see rubbing up against what I can’t.
There’s a beauty in the colors and shapes blowing in the wind. an honesty in putting it out there. This is who we are, it says.