Above, central image from Richard Tuttle's print series, Dawn, Noon, Dusk: Paper (1), Paper (2), Paper (3) (2002), which I saw yesterday at a beautiful retrospective of Tuttle's prints at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art. The title suggests it portrays noon. And there is absolutely no suggestion the blue line represents a road. Still, I couldn't help associating it with the setting sun seen from Rte. 209 as it winds into Popham Village, Phippsburg, Maine.