Athens is a funny place, architecturally speaking. In the U.S., the boom in funding of development projects, particularly in the area of public works, in the 1960s and 1970s in such places as Massachusetts, led to the blooming of Brutalist Modernism in government buildings and educational facilities (see: the University of Massachusetts, especially UMass Amherst … Continue reading A Geometry of Chaos
Shadows of pottery (19th c.) from the Folk Art of the Americas exhibit. Light-shadow of glass case around Zetsu No. 8 by Nishida Jun Highlight and shadow on the surface of Anchored Candy No. 5 by Vivian Beer
I miss you, every day.
I went for a walk in the woods behind my house. There were all kinds of nice surprises waiting for me. 11 March 2017. Saturday. See also on Flickr.
In a roundabout way, I'm picking a fight with the concept that photographs are "made" rather than "taken". The act of depressing the button that fires the shutter and the light captured in the split second is recorded--that is a process of taking a piece of reality and keeping it for yourself. That is the moment when someone's soul is stolen--captured along with the light inside the camera.