Thinking of Robert Frost

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I have always loved the Robert Frost poem "Mending Wall," in which he repeats the old and ambiguous proverb that "good fences make good neighbors." That poem, like much of Robert Frost's work, seems quintessentially New England. Which is what struck me about this photograph. I took the photograph in a small Michigan valley where I spent some of the best times of my youth, along the Muskegon River near the village of Hersey. Only this time I was returning on a nostalgia trip, some 30 years after my last trip to that cabin. This fence and the snowy field border the road into that valley, and I love the starkness of the fence in the foreground and the softness of the trees in the foggy distance.

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