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Beautiful, beautiful. Eat more veggies! And bananas.
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I love these, Alan. The colors and compositions….beyond delicious.
Long ago I had this 3 foot square piece of window glass, and I took it to a field and set it down on the grass and photographed it. This was in 1974 I think. :-) And I’ve been thinking about it lately – what happened on that hot summer day was like what happened here, with the moisture. It was interesting. I took the glass back to the field after a snowfall.
I am so caught up in simply enjoying the gorgeousness around here that I don’t go any further, and I want to. So your post is a reminder to me to try to go further, besides being a handsome series. I (hopefully) will go to the hardware store and get another square of glass, and experiment. Thank you for sharing your always-active brain. :-)
Thanks Lynn. These share a similarity to your images of greenhouse windows taken from the outside. You may also recall some 2015 pictures I shot through plexiglas window panels placed against the grass (https://bit.ly/2X0HgSq and https://bit.ly/2X1mmHS).
And good luck carrying a sheet of glass through the woods :)
Yeah, I don’t think I’ll stay to far from the car. :-) thank you for the links, those were good to see.
Totally (?) unrelated, I went to a book talk by an old friend from San Francisco Zen center, Norman Fischer, yesterday. His new book is called The World Could be Otherwise. I think you might like it, and if he gets to your area at all on a book tour, try to catch him. He’s talking about the role of imagination, in artists and others, in repairing what’s gone wrong.
Thanks. I’ll be on the lookout for it.
Great group – way to go!
Thanks John. Glad you liked.
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