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THE STORYTELLER MAGAZINE

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OUR PHOTOGRAPHER'S CIRCLE MAGAZINE

FATHERHOOD EDITIONS

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These shoes tell a story. 

 

And this story is one of adventure, protection, and trust. These two have been inseparable from the first

moment he held her. And, as this picture shows, he’s still holding her. He’ll always hold her. 

 

These shoes display a history of adventure.

The mud, scuffs, and paint splatters highlight the road this father/daughter duo have run together. 

 

These shoes echo the father’s call to protect.

It’s as if they say, “Come here, kiddo. I won’t let you fall. You’re safe here with me.”

 

These shoes demonstrate the trust the daughter has in her father.

She leans on him for much more than balance.

She leans on him for guidance, for clarity, and for emotional support. 

 

These shoes say, “We’re a team. You’re never alone. There will always be a place here for you.”

 

These shoes tell their story of unconditional love. 

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Aristarchus Jenkins served in the Confederate Army.

He was wounded, recovered, and returned to battle not once, but twice.

He was one of the fortunate soldiers that came home alive. But he returned from war a changed man. 

 

A few years after returning from the war, he was admitted to Dix Hill, the NC Insane Asylum.

He lived there until his death. 

 

The psychiatric hospital, later renamed to Dorothea Dix Hospital, closed 8 years ago.

Their cemetery remains, framed by overgrown brush and the Raleigh skyline.

 

Not all the fallen leave us while serving on the battlefield.

Some come home to us with haunting terrors and memories that ultimately take them from us.

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HEROES EDITION

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