Two women pose for the camera on the edge of the woods. I find this photograph so striking because of the stark differences between these two women. Unlike Trefry's other subjects, these women maintain a greater physical distance between each other, and they have very different poses. While one of them appears to be leaning in toward the camera, the other seems to be leaning back on her heels, as if on the brink of disappearing into the dark shadows behind her. They also gaze in different directions. While one woman looks at the camera directly, the other appears to be somewhere else entirely. These variables produce a photograph that feels both subtle and eerie, and it only get stranger the longer you look at it. This portrait of solitude brought to you by Clarence Trefry.