Dichotomy Series by Jeremy Binns


first test image for the series
Be Still


  • Dichotomy Series Emnity 800

    Dichotomy Series – Enmity

    My uncle Tim, used to explain it to me like this. He said, "It's like I have two dogs inside of me, a good one and an evil one. They are at war with each other, and do you want to know which one is winning? The one I feed the most."

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    Dichotomy Series – Be Still

    April 26, 2012

    Dichotomy Series - Be Still There are times when I do everything that I know to do, and then I look around at what still needs to be done and it just seems absolutely overwhelming. Sometimes we're in bad situations because of our own choices and mistakes, and sometimes it's just life and circumstance that have subtly accumulated when we weren't looking and are now an insurmountable obstacle looming on the horizon.

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    Dichotomy Series – Perseverance

    April 22, 2012

    Dichotomy Series - Perseverance Not frequently, but sometimes the thought crosses my mind that it would be so easy to just quit. Quit trying, quit hoping, quit believing, just quit everything. Sometimes I get caught up looking at the obstacles. I see the pain. I see the cost. I see the past...

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    Dichotomy Series – Confidence

    April 18, 2012

    It's difficult to put into words what exactly I'm trying to communicate with these images. Which is odd for me since generally it is much easier for me to write when I want to convey an idea. Perhaps it is due, in part, to the fact that I don't want to spell out every feeling and thought that this image represents, and if I have to, then perhaps the image doesn't speak for itself. I hope that, in this image, you see one man who is defeated. I hope you see that he is so convinced...

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    Dichotomy Series – Initial Test Image

    April 3, 2012

    This image was the original test shot for my new series titled ‘Dichotomy’. I wanted to see if I could pull off the technical aspect of the project before I attempted to really showcase the concepts and ideas that I hope to communicate with the series. The Word ‘Dichotomy’ is defined by Webster’s as: ...

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