The End

March 7, 2016

BW photograph of a sidewalk that ends in a strip of grass.

Copyright 2016 Kevin P. Mick Photography. All rights reserved.

Think of all the metaphors for the above photograph.

In 1967, The Doors released their eponymous first album, which contained a song entitled “The End”.  While it is quite haunting and dramatic, if you are unfamiliar with the work, please just know that some may find the lyrics offensive, if not disturbing.  Perhaps that is why Francis Ford Coppola used it as the soundtrack for the introductory scenes of Apocalypse Now.  It is interesting that a song entitled “The End” opens a movie.  Given the narrative that follows, one could argue that it is quite fitting.

BW photograph of a pair of rusty channel lock pliers laying in the grass.

Copyright 2016 Kevin P. Mick Photography. All rights reserved.

And so here we are:  the end of winter (it was 63 degrees today, but that happened earlier this year, so one is advised to not get too excited about that…yet); the coming of the end of Daylight Savings Time (if you are in a part of the world with that practice); and most certainly…

BW photograph of silhouetted trees at twilight.

Copyright 2016 Kevin P. Mick Photography. All rights reserved.

the end of the day.

Take care.

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