R.F. Waters, Rt. 1, Virginia, 1990's

R.F. Waters, Rt. 1, Virginia, Film Image, ©V.Plut

You first begin to sense the passage of time, and experience the concept of aging, when you look around you and see that your landscape is changing. What was once a gas station along the road is suddenly gone, replaced by a little strip mall with a Chipotle, or perhaps a Starbuck’s. Like a sleight of hand, buildings disappear and empty lots are filled with shiny new trademarked facades that make you look twice and say to a…

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