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Reading the Collections, Week 12: Every Building on the Sunset Strip

Working with the Photographic Collection, it may seem self-evident that I prefer to read books with pictures. So when asked to read a book from the collections I wracked my brain about where I should start. 861 more words

Rare Book Collection

Jola Sopek - work in progress

“An eternal day” (photobook): work-in-progress from Jola Sopek.

Jola works on long-term projects in the form of photo-essays. She believes that when it comes to shooting, quality and quantity go hand in hand – in order to tell a good story one requires more than just a single image. 83 more words


Arts & crafts on a rainy sick day.

It’s Monday and day 5 of shingles. I feel okay as long as I’m hopped-up on Benadryl and Aleve. I can see some areas improving, but other areas of rash are still slowly spreading. 382 more words


Jumping Salary Men

A recent photo-book launched in Japan has been filling the ‘weird’ section in many leading western websites. The photos taken from the book titled, Daughters and Salary Men むすめと! 130 more words


Saturday Scrapping Easter Pages!

Hi friends! I hope you are having a good weekend. I mentioned earlier today on Facebook that my craft room had hit critical mass. I had several orders for upcoming workshops and framing jobs arrive this week and lots of things to finish up and package for the Made in Maine Expo I am getting ready for May 2nd and it was all just there congesting my basement! 370 more words


Other People's Words

I’ve been thinking about writing this post for some time, and then I watched Interstellar. The film has the words of Dylan Thomas at it’s core, from his poem ‘Do Not Go Gentle Into That Goodnight’. 435 more words


The Road to Self-Publishing My Photography Book

So there I was in 2006, visiting Acadia National Park in Maine for the first time, shooting all day from dawn till dusk, then going into Bar Harbor every night to walk around and look at postcards, books– anything I could get my hands on to learn what the best places to photograph were. 1,236 more words