Story On Postcard: “Cinema Without Film”

“Cinema Without Film”

Without film she was not able to capture the vast conglomerations of people and hard urban fixtures in front of her, or so she thought. She smiled as she blinked, with each blink a digital image was imprinted into her psyche.

The rolling of a bicycle wheel, the face of a kind stranger, the colors of the day, all things that stuck and began their internal engraving. Just as film fades, so will this, but that does not discount that it will always have existed.

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