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A Temporary Graying

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Ground Level

  • Publication: Southampton Press
  • Published on: Dec 17, 2019
  • Columnist: Marilee Foster
A photograph, from 1935, a bird’s-eye view of Sagaponack, hangs on the wall. It is taken from about 5,000 feet. It is sepia in tone, and so, if I want... more

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