My sheds, my barns, my fields, my workshop, my silo: why travel hundreds, thousands of kilometers when everything is right here before my very eyes. From dawn to dusk, through each passing season, no matter what the weather, I always have a piece of chalk in my pocket to delineate the movements of the sun and capture the interplay of light and shade.
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