references one of Robert Frost's most frequently quoted lines.
From "A Servant to Servants," and usually quoted
out of context, the line is part of an exchange between a
woman exhausted by her life running a country boarding house
and her more optimistic, ambitious husband:
He says the best way out is always
And I agree to that, or in so far
As that I can see no way out but through--
The images come from the same photo shoot with Alison and
Andrej as Going
Off the Beaten Track. This absurd fence pretends to keep
people from walking out along a wooden walkway to some electrical
high-tension towers. The walkway runs through an area that
may be swampy for a few weeks each year. Most of the rest
of the time you can walk right around the fence without even
getting your feet wet.
In such a situation, the "best way out" is...?
Inside text: Frost lines quote above
Around Over Through
Is It Really There
photos Jim Gasperini