FATE

Michael Johnson | Dawn To Dusk 2019

Today is a simple twist of fate, one or two cups of coffee, the young boy with his left eye sealed shut with pinkeye, the loose grip of morning glory and the mellifluous call of the meadowlark, the seething broke-back blacksnake on the blacktop, the ripped britches of the old black barn on Mud Lick, a box of lockjaw and doorknobs, a ham and cheese sandwich, a half-dead calf in a sinkhole, the midnight waft of tuberoses, the third night of the waxing moon, repurposed fence rows and eastern bluebirds facing east, Eveline’s blonde hair, the oldest working farmer with one less eye and more more day, spending your last seven dollars on 21 shotgun shells, Today is just trying to leave something behind.

Michael Johnson, Ohio University | The 2019 Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling at Boyd’s Station

 
 

 

The second annual Boyd’s Station Dawn to Dusk Photo Invitational theme announced on Friday, July 12, 2019 at 9PM invited participants to interpret the theme “Today” in ten photographs and words during the 24-hour period of Saturday, July 13 with judging immediately on Sunday, July 14 at the Rohs Opera House.

See the complete details of the 2019 Dawn to Dusk Photo Invitational here