What was I thinking about when I was photographing tonight? The constancy of flux. Particularly in the most familiar of places. The front lake at Stafford Forge has swelled several inches and consumed feet of shoreline, changing the dynamic of one of my old standby shooting locations. A few extra inches of water has transformed a whole landscape. Perhaps more interesting? This change would have been inconsequential to my pre-photographer eyes. But now, with an ultra wide angle lens in tow, inches matter as the space around you pushes out toward that vanishing point.