Namaste

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UploadedAugust 8, 2011
TakenJuly 24, 2011
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D90
Exposure1/15 sec at f/13
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length18 mm
ISO800
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Meghan and Steve outside their recently acquired RV. It doesn't run and the inside heat can be overwhelming, but it is a place to stay at night. Knowing that Meghan and Steve have an alcohol problem helps in better understanding this photograph. Both were trying their best to hold in the inevitable vomit that was to come, which you can clearly see by the expression on Meghan's face and the uncomfortable waving of her foot. When I gave them a print of this photograph Steve pointed out that he was giving his mixed beverage "the stare", he was wondering, "do I really need that right now?" Despite their battle with personal demons, Steve and Meghan remained friendly and hospitable; it was a real honor and joy to spend time learning more about them. As I was leaving they both gave me a big hug and left me with one final word, Namaste, which can be interpreted as "The spirit in me respects the spirit in you."

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