It has been a strange and busy day. I am just sitting down to write now, at 9:41 p.m. When I was younger, I made efforts to keep in touch with family and friends, spending a fair amount of time on the phone each week, but it all changed at some point, probably around the… Read More Clocks? Maps? No, Thanks
I’m finding it harder and harder to put images and words together, coming to see them as being mutually exclusive. Will this take on things last? It’s hard to say, but right now, I’m being led to the conclusion that combining words with images is taking the easy way out, or maybe the easy way… Read More Words and Images
First up: I was wrong about the Madeleine L’Engle quote. I had shared it here previously, on October 3rd. I have since made a little note in my book about sharing it here, so you’ll likely not have to read it again, unless you want to, and at that point, perhaps you should get your hands… Read More Where I’ve Feared to Tread
•••Each day is new, with no mistakes in it. Take a picture.••• Well, yesterday was filled with too much information. I’ve not even come close to dealing with it, but I’ll see what I can accomplish today. “The problem with photography as an art form is that it can be very hard to be ambiguous.”… Read More What Do You Think You Know?
A week or two ago, Charlie, my friend/electrician, who was here working on the latest renovation, walked into my studio, found me at my desk, and asked, “What do you do all day?” I supplied an evasive answer. I’m getting better at such moves. Perhaps it was the English major thing. You know, having to… Read More Tired of Explaining