For almost ten summers I've been photographing a long beach wall in Wellfleet, Massachusetts. The wall has changed year to year depending on the weather, the winter, and the maintenance (or lack of it). But as my impetus to photograph it persisted, I realized that what I was seeing were visual projections and representations of what was on my mind at the time, a Rorschach. Thus some of the titles.
Any wall is a barrier, evidence of a conflict, its purpose always local and intransigent. This particular wall was built to both keep back the sea and protect the fragile shore dunes. But like any metaphor, meaning, and thus the “meaning” of these photos, can expand, and after awhile you will find your own titles and meaning and metaphor.