Monthly Archives: May 2009
When I look at photographers’ work, especially Friedlander and Frank, I wonder how they know where the edges of a photograph are. I mean cropping, yes, but something more than that. I myself generally have no idea at all.
There’s a functional camera obscura parked in the middle of the Franconia Sculpture Park field. This is on the outside.
At the front gates of Franconia Sculpture Park, which is a nice afternoon trip from the Twin Cities.
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Hot metal in the sun.
One of my advisors uses the mountain metaphor when we talk about the dissertation, and it is both comforting and true. But the water metaphors that made sense for me back in February still hold for me. Facing down the … Continue reading
This is the week the leaves went blammedy, and suddenly it’s full-on spring. Of course, that doesn’t preclude a frost advisory for the weekend.
The other day, Compatriot G and I were using Google Street View to show each other where we grew up. It didn’t take long for me to figure out that I could spin the view 180 degrees to the gorge … Continue reading
Aunt B wrote a wonderful post on Barbara Mandrell’s induction into the Country Music Hall of fame today: I do remember her from when I was a kid, though, because she had her tv show and she was one of … Continue reading