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We made it out by dawn, to the wild country where the bush meets the farmland.
There was a fox slinking through the field in the cool morning stillness, fur damp from the dew, unhurried and unworried by the cattle and egrets.
We shot until the day was too warm, the sun too harsh. We captured the red flame of a silk dress in the field, striped cotton in the silvery grass. They represent a fascination, or fixation, with the strange symmetry between humans and the natural world.