“What comes between us and things grants them their shine”: from Fog Suite by Mark Doty.

A short story in photographs inspired by the concept that something or someone we see partially, or in reflection, or faintly, or quickly, or insubstantially because there is fog or haze or age or distance, or hardly at all because it is (or they are) almost completely obscured, so often leaves such a lasting impression on us…

A fleeting, momentary glimpse through a door, in a mirror, across the street will time and again leave us burning for more but also questioning whether more would necessarily be better.