Monthly Archives: July 2008

>Death of a Film — Part II

> Sunflower, Mixed Media Painting/Photography, 30×30, $750 SOLD People are aghast when they learn that my Polaroid film has been discontinued. The hand-altered Polaroids are popular and they mourn the loss of new images. So do I. There are five … Continue reading

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>Dealing with Loss – Update!

>Good karma prevails! The equipment has been recovered. I’m not asking any questions. I have all of it back! On the other hand, I had to replace it quickly and now have some duplicated equipment. The insurance company was dragging … Continue reading

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>Telling the Truth

>“Even a dog distinguishes between being stumbled over and being kicked.” — Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes I got myself in a bit of hot water this week. I won’t go into all the gory details, but let’s say I pulled … Continue reading

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>Dealing with Loss

> Taken June 24, 2008, in a little cave on the Current River From the picture you’d think I’d be dealing with the loss of my youth or dignity or my svelte self (bad angles here!) But really I’m dealing … Continue reading

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