Archive for April, 2010
Spring has finally come to the foothills of the North Cascade Mountains. On a rocky outcropping on the land where I live at 3200′ elevation, the moss has begun to propagate.
Maybe it is because I am at the maturity of my photography career and a certain age, that I occasionally drift into wondering about the legacy of my work…what will become of it, and will it matter?
Over on “wood s lot”, http://web.ncf.ca/ek867/wood_s_lot.html/ – a website that comes up with interesting links to photography, poetry, and other writings – I found the incredible and sad story of Vivian Maier, and how her work lives on. The blog link below, set up by the person who found her bereft work, and is now its guardian, is worth some time to read. I hope her story, and the journey her work is taking is as inspiring to you as it is to me.
Water Plant 2