Monthly Archives: June 2008

Details in place

Some photographs are more meaningful than others, independently of how they turn out. Making the one here, I had fun being out at first light and trying something new. I also covered ground in my exploration of Japanese aesthetics, and generated some ideas around photography and place, the soul and maybe heart of this project. […]

Revolutionary airs

The weather has changed since last week, and snow (at this elevation) is hard to imagine today. I used to think the solstice was rather late to define the start of summer. This year, here, it seems about right. In the serendipitous way of things, recent readings have rekindled a long-standing flirtation with Japanese aesthetics. […]