That Enthralling Gallop

Sweet is the swamp with its secrets,

Until we meet a snake;

”Tis then we sigh for houses,

And our departure take

At that enthralling gallop

That only childhood knows.

A snake is summer’s treason,

And guile is where it goes.


Emily Dickinson



photographs by Betsy Schneider, Desiree Edkins and Jose Sosa



918 N 6th Street at Roosevelt in Phoenix


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2 Responses to “That Enthralling Gallop”

  1. 1 hollye September 23, 2008 at 5:37 am

    love love luuuuv this image. Beautifully composed and engaging gesture. Two thumbs way up! 🙂

  2. 2 everymanphoto September 24, 2008 at 6:16 pm

    Sean dropped by today with the website address so I hastened over to peruse it. Nicely put together and it was good to see some of the shots from the beginning as well as the well done new ones!

    The subject with all that color and being mostly centered is great! I follow the rule of thirds but ignore it as often as I can. It’s much more fun that way!

    Good job D!

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