• Quick narrative about events that took place on Cape Cod
  • Locations as reference points
  • “online map” for the story
  • it’s more about the feeling in the piece than the literary content
  • presenting a memory in a distressed and black and white photo makes it feel more like a memory, or something that was lost for a while, but now is found again
  • These events happened so long ago that
    this whole story is in black and white.
  • fictional story
  • you could read in any fashion you want, non linear or linear chronological order, but by using pictures we trick the mind into choosing our own path
  • story is organized by part of the cape and by the media presents (barometric map as image of winter and brings feeling how cold it is)
  • locations as anchors, story is the thread between them

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