Visual Dare #11

Our fences define us. Literal fences preventing us from crossing boundaries. Figurative fences that constrain our choices. Some are daredevils, running along the thin boundary between yards, or countries, or realities. Some lean into the fence, straining to see the other. Some place fences between themselves and the world, looking out through a hole in the veil. Do your fences keep you safe or keep you from being happy? Do your fences keep other from reaching out to you with love or with hate? What do you see through your fences? What does the rest of the world see?


One Response to “Visual Dare #11”

  1. Yours is quite different than mine, yet very similar. I love the questions you have included. Very dynamic and thought-provoking.

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