Sep 20, 2006


it seems as though my scanner has given up the ghost. come to think of it i don't think i've used it since the move from Colorado. it's a wonder anything survived the trip on the alcan in that trailer- it looks like this is our fist casualty.

i've resurrected a project i started in Colorado, and was anxious to get some negs on paper. i'm not continuing to make more images for the project, but i want to bring a definite finality to it- in the form of a book.

i seem to see projects as books. as series. the singular image is becoming more and more difficult for me to get excited about. that's not to say that i don't believe that every image should have the qualities to stand on it's own- i do- but the need to tell a story eats at me lately.

so, i've dropped some negs at the local lab to scan. after living in a digital work flow for so long, turning these tasks over to someone else is not easy. once returned i will begin editing and starting a bit or rough pagination. dea and i going to Anchorage for a few days, and i'm anxious to go to Tidal Wave- they generally have a good selection of used photo books. there are too many 'must haves' on my list.

i'll have a few images to share later.

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