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In My Father's Footsteps

Visual dialogues between artists are always expansive, especially for the one responding to an earlier work. While images inspired by others don't necessarily look like the original, they nonetheless embrace something in it. This photograph was taken at the Lincoln Memorial near the spot where my father took the photograph below, a rare abstraction for him, that he especially loved. It is a radically different time of day and nothing like his, but it was nice to be in touch with him all the same.

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Charles L. Phillips, Washington Monument from the Lincoln Memorial, n.d.
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