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#9 - Let a Little Light In

Outside of the little homestead in the canyon, this time looking in through an open window that almost looks as if it had been flung open with wild abandon ages ago, and now is just hanging on until the inevitable surrender to gravity.  Although there is evidence of the sun’s light through the cast of shadows against the side of the house, the light doesn’t seem to make it in much past the window’s threshold.

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