Amy Miller on “Running White Deer” for #PhotosWeLove

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"The edge of any forest is an electric place. A borderline, a permeable boundary that delineates the visible and the hidden — it pulses with the power of its own metaphor. The deer are blurred from motion. They are running, you see, along the edge of this dark forest. They have emerged and are exposed, out in the open. Skittish and ghostly on delicate pale legs. A fleeting moment perhaps in a dream." - Amy Miller for #PhotosWeLove
(Excerpted from #PhotosWeLove a crowd-sourced ACP publication exploring how, why and what we love about photographs, one picture at a time.)

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