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A bit of photographic history: Early in the twentieth century, Paul Strand made an image he called "The white fence"; it is an iconic American photographic image and it set the tone for a period in which photographers sought to move away from making photographs that looked like paintings and were of "romantic" subjects. Instead, Strand and others used "ordinary" subjects and printed them just as they came out of the camera (well, more or less). One day last week I noticed this fence, glowing in soft morning light and it reminded me of Strand's image. It's a Florida version of his New England model.