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Thanks Peter, that was definitely what attracted me in the first place.
Such painterly colors, well composed…illrustrious! You caught me for a minute there.
I meant to add, do you know Linda’s work?
She’s done a dumpster series too, and now is posting a fish bin series.
Thanks Lynn. Appreciate the intro to Linda.
Fantastic! I’d point you to some of my own dumpster photos, but Lynn (bluebrightly) has already done that! Happy hunting for more dumpsters. They are a treasure trove, aren’t they.
Please excuse the flippant tone of my previous comment. Now that I have read your About and all its updates, I think my tone should be much more reverent. I have barely begun to look at your images, but I can’t tell you how many times—sitting here alone at the computer—I nodded my head at what you have written. Thank you for all of it.
Thanks for your kind words Linda, and glad we were introduced by Lynn.
I couldn’t find your dumpster photos, but I did enjoy looking at your fish bin (didn’t know they had a name), iron bacteria, and boat hull images. What most impresses me though are your embroidery and photo drawings (http://www.lindagrashoff.com/Images.html). Taking photographs seems almost effortless in comparison.
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Thank you so much, Alan, for taking the time to look at my blog and website. I’m honored. There is something in what you say about the taking of photographs seeming “almost effortless in comparison” to drawing and embroidery. It’s not so much that photography is almost effortless (as you well know), but that it is so much faster. I’m afraid that the relatively rapid gratification from making what I think of as a good photograph keeps me from doing the long-form, slower, work as much as I would like. Here is a link to one of my favorite dumpster photographs. You can find more starting here. (Click on the right-facing arrows beneath the list of tags.) https://lindagrashoff.wordpress.com/2016/03/21/dumpster-heaven-and-the-all-stars-1/
Wonderful images, Linda. That dumpster belongs in a museum. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you, Alan.
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