This picture was supposed to represent a fun afternoon at the range. However, it also struck me as an interesting social / political observation.
As each round can cost around a quarter, there’s some symbolism there too.
I made a duo-toned version of this. I’m still not sure which version I prefer.Copyright © 2017 Gary Allman, all rights reserved.
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