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Photo by Rupert Fike. Photograph commentary: Even if you've made a point of getting off the Interstate, you still find yourself going 70 until a scene like this flashes by, and you go, "Whoa, did I just see that?" So you turn around, go back, almost get your truck stuck in the muck, take off your shoes and get as close as possible. I'm not sure why it's so milky white - the light perhaps? Algae? Early pollen? In Appling County, Georgia on a no number road.
Photo by Rupert Fike: Photograph commentary: Even if you've made a point of getting off the Interstate, you still find yourself going 70 until a scene like this flashes by, and you go, "Whoa, did I just see that?" So you turn around, go back, almost get your truck stuck in the muck, take off your shoes and get as close as possible. I'm not sure why it's so milky white - the light perhaps? Algae? Early pollen? In Appling County, Georgia on a no number road.

Rupert Fike's collection of poems, Lotus Buffet (Brick Road Poetry Press) was named Finalist in the Georgia Author of the Year awards, 2011. He has Pushcart Prize nominations in fiction and poetry with work appearing in The Southern Review of Poetry, Natural Bridge, A & U America’s AIDS Magazine, The Buddhist Poetry Review, and others.

He has a poem, "Phone Call From A Slave Ship" inscribed in a downtown Atlanta plaza just outside the jail.