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  • no_activity

    no_activity

      There is nothing so terrible as activity without insight. — Johann Wolfgang von Goethe said that

  • t o M M Y

    t o M M Y

      image notes: film photograph, approximately 1993   Tommy wandered quite a bit, as tom cats will do, but he always came jumping over the six foot wood fence about dusk. Then, one night he didn’t.   If the pull of the outside world is strong, there is also a pull towards the human. The…

  • do NoT eNtER

      odd how the DO NOT ENTER sign was right there in the frame of this photo i captured on black & white film   Sometimes I enjoy just photographing the surface because I think it can be as revealing as going to the heart of the matter. — Annie Leibovitz said that

  • 'jax

    ‘jax

      film photograph & graphic art mix, what’s real and what’s not ?   The world turns softly not to spill its lakes and rivers. The water is held in its arms and the sky is held in the water. What is water, that pours silver, and can hold the sky? — Hilda Conkling said…

  • s e a

    s e a

      Those who live by the sea can hardly form a single thought of which the sea would not be part. — Hermann Broch said that       (#film)

  • old flowers, old film, old money

    old flowers, old film, old money

      As a person who has lived in many towns, in many states; always in the public eye, I’ve had to devise a plan for quick simulation. One of the tools I’ve made use of in this process is a city’s oldest cemetery. I have found a correlation between the surnames on the grandest monuments…

  • square

    oN tHE squARe

      Small towns in the southern part of the United States commonly have a town square, which if you’ve never seen one is literally a square parcel of ground in the center where the town courthouse sits and around the square there are buildings like the ones in this film photograph. Some things never change…

  • bloom

    bLoOM

      Look at us, said the flowers blooming at her feet, all last winter we slept in the seeming death, but at the right time God awakened us, and here we are to comfort you. — Edward Payson Rod said that   (#film)

  • porch swings

    poRcH sWiNGs

      Remember those carefree days when you sat on a porch swing in the evening and listened as the sounds of night began one by one to chime together creating a symphony? Do you recall the breeze touching lightly on your face and the feeling of it brushing away the heat of the sun and…