"I See Fire" - Ed Sheeran (Nicholas Yee & Josh Sahunta Cover)
September Wandering // Edmonton
by Kyle Cabral
They played in the morning,
and napped for an afternoon.
Then, they fell in love at dusk,
and walked together until midnight.
No Shave All Winter!
In a certain region of the Missouri Ozarks called Devil’s Promenade, there are tales of a “spook light.” According to local accounts, it’s a mysterious orb-like light that appears in the woods — but only on chance nights. And as many local legends are, this one is shrouded in mystery: Is the spook light real? What is it? Is it evil? Is it good?
Photographer Lara Shipley says there’s no consensus — and that’s what drew her to the spook light. She and her collaborator Antone Dolezal have been to the region — right where Missouri, Oklahoma and Kansas meet — twice. Their photos don’t literally show the light (which, Shipley says, they may or may not have seen at one point), but they convey “a feeling of what this place is like.”
Photo Credit: Lara Shipley and Antone Dolezal
Rihards Donskis aka apofiss