More Minnesota California diptychs. I'm on the left.
I regrettably came to the end of Foreign Affairs. A thoroughly fabulous book. Very well- written and clever. So long Vinnie Miner. I'll miss you and Fido.
Started Fruit of the Stone. Good, but a little heavy handed with the adjectives and metaphors. I strongly dislike being drowned in a sea of descriptive writing. Both of these books are in my Bookshelf links.
Thank you for leaving your bookself section. I’m looking for something good to read.
This series is captivatring on many levels.
first there is the sheer gravy of the shots
but then the link between you and your sister, whereupon the viewer is thrust into the images trying to conjure up a link.
mary hanson says
I’m so glad you are still doing the diptychs. I like the top one especially. Since you were our “muse” for the Dipchycks project (http://dipchycks.blogspot.com/) I think you and Dottie need to be
made honorary “chycks” and do a guest appearance on Dipchycks!
susan w says
I can readily surmise the photographers’ origins in the warm caramel evening opacity and the chilly, still,l silver pellucid illumination of the captured images.