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Recreating a third image to document changes in the surroundings

So this is the last of the 3 shots that I wanted to recreate, and it's the least interesting of the 3, both because it's not a very interesting picture and also because I never spent, this is the back of the house, I never came back here. I have no memories of this place at all. I think that's for a couple reasons, it's the outhouse was just right over there. But also, the cabin sits on the edge of this kind of bluff, that just opens up into the whole, looking down the whole canyon. So, that's the place you oriented to. So I don't really have any real attachment to this space back here.

And it's kind of like the the mechanical, the engine room of the place, because this is where the, the tool shed is, and the water meter, and what not. Still, I've dragged my parents back here and had them talk about it. >> Was this close to the beginning? >> Mm hmm. >> Well, it would be close to beginning because I moved the stove pretty earlier on. Okay. >> becaus...

Recreating a third image to document changes in the surroundings
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