The perfect balance

It wasn’t enough, it was never enough.

She moved the slider to the right. Nothing. She moved it further still.


And when loading stopped, it still wasn’t enough. Tired after a long day out in the woods, Susan kept moving the slider to and fro, aiming for the sweet spot. Her roommate peered over her shoulder.

“Uff. Will you ever learn?” She sighed.

Susan turned to her, quizzical.

“Add a faint orange tint. It’ll make those leaves in your hands pop with autumness.”

Susan did without comment. She earned ninety-five likes—three more than yesterday’s photo. She was elated.

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