Photo Essay: Shifting

Aubrey Pongluelert

 

Browns + Blues

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Whites + Golds

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Greens

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Blues + Silvers

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weaving through silver pines
so close together they must in
year long conversations
wonder when this road cut them off
graceful limbs reaching up
ribboning
over silk waters
traced in sun streams
imagine the song is so beautiful
might be a little lonely to be the sea
always watching
always outliving
and I am most young
find my mind working differently now
kind of flipped
and flopped over
maybe memories pushed aside
in pain
or growing down, roots growing down
not a bad thing to be in
new colors,
overgrown with new trees

 

Aubrey graduated from Oberlin College in 2015, where she studied Studio Arts and Environmental Studies. Originally from California, she has returned to the west coast and is rediscovering her home amongst the mountains and by the sea. Aubrey hopes to pursue a master’s in Landscape Architecture in the near future.