A COMPLEX TRANSITION
- October 12, 2021
A Complex Transition
By Roland Salazar Rose
Jesus was in the driver's seat. (No, not that Jesus!)
Jesús Zajarias, a neighbor and handyman in my barrio in San Miguel de Allende. I'd asked him to drive my 1992 Ford Taurus and me to Nuevo Laredo and the Laredo, Texas border crossing. The old station wagon was packed with clothes, paperwork, some small paintings and just stuff. The divorce with my wife, Helen, was finalized in 2007, but I was only now leaving my Mexican home and studio---a seminal day for me---March 3, 2012.
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I selected 20 abstract images from the series of 100 images I did in “A Complex Transition” and these show on the video on You Tube. The process now is to design an e-book and include other written comments and images and offer the e-book for sale on my website and distributed by other e-book venues. You can scan the QR below and it will enable you to see the video Complex Transition, on your devices.
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