My Father’s House

My Father's House

Behind these walls lives a man whose only flaw in life is his inability to accept the world through his son’s eyes.

P.S.: Don’t let the perfectly maintained shrubbery fool you


9 thoughts on “My Father’s House

  1. Anonymous says:

    Cuz – the caption speaks volumes. I totally get it. You need to externalize your internalization more often, it suits you.

  2. I think this offering says more than many of your previous shots Michael. I think they’re blinds on the inside, well they resemble prison bars. The contrast of light and dark and the starkness of the structure versus the plants growing in front are all contradictions. Which I would say are all about the man who lives behind those ‘bars.’ A great piece Michael.

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