Thursday, February 25, 2016


What is this blog about? In a nutshell, it's about black and white darkroom photomontage. 
Every few weeks, a new image with a few words about it, kinda poetic, philosophical. 
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As long as we've embarked on a series of images w/ a figure in silhouette in surreal landscapes, here's another. Someone is standing on (perhaps) a log, in a dry lake (dry lakes in the desert are mostly dry, until it rains) reflecting some of the distance, but not all. The foreground surface is shattered by a rock. The lone figure contemplates the distance, an eroded desert landscape at right, a ghost town structure at left. The person has no way to go but forward, backward is shattered, time only flows one way. Guatama Buddha's last words were 'walk on'.
Good advice - take it.

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