A man and a woman are reclined in two similar oval-shaped chairs under the hot sun by a river’s edge. Their chairs are facing one another, and each has propped their legs up and onto the other’s chair so that they may lie down. His head is slumped along the side of the chair, it appears as though he may be in a deep and comfortable sleep. She is evidently awake, sitting upright and facing forward, presumably appreciating the picturesque view surrounding them.
Voyeuristically glancing at strangers can never suffice to uncover the truth of what you’re seeing. What we see and what is happening rarely align with one another correctly. Could these two have been enjoying a pleasant afternoon, or could there be something more when we strip away the facade of pleasantries?