The heart just hangs there
like a pause, I inhale its smolder
until I am a cloud. We arrive
home priceless, laughing at the thought
of ever losing someone or getting lost.
We lazily toed the Pacific, speaking
in whispers of golden orange, knowing
the history that hadn’t happened yet,
The High Country News photo contest is seeking new takes on familiar subjects. We’d like to see your approach to the modern American West. Photographs should highlight the unique qualities of the West as it stands today – its new communities, resources, economies and geographies.
Today is the last day to enter this year’s HCN Photo Contest. So if you take photos of the west, you should enter. And if you don’t, you should still go vote for my photos (or inlandwest’s, or lobo-de-luna’s, or somebody else’s) starting September 1…