curiosity pounded heart running shoes striking suburban pavement where the cul-de-sac ends and autumn trails begin gradual street naming bobbing brothers laugh through school, running a hundred races together no “fast enough” always numb to changes in moon phases leaves blurring red to orange when we stride until winter grip throat slowing me down like a femur that needs surgery like a boy on crutches with nothing to do and extra energy I took up photography red light look out the window after a while and get attached to what’s out there changing when I return, notice no longer placeless, grounded “my surroundings are significant” said slow.  
where else would my camera point? 
Noah Winslow is from Brockport, New York and attends Rochester Institute of Technology where he studies photography.
instagram @noah_winslow 
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