In order to spend time posting them to LuLa.
This is an interesting medical conundrum: I do the postprandial walks in order to aid my digestion but, mainly, exercise the heart as every good boy does when his cardio so orders. Now, since the cellpix happen during these hour-long exposures to the world at large, is there not a sort of negative (n.p.i) effect or value being introduced because, as direct result, I then spend hours seated in awe at the
foot of the monitor defeating the benefits of the walk?
I don't really want to consult the consultant; he might suggest a photography consultant (they keep it in the family, you know, just like lawyers!).
Speaking of which, I know that I shall have to read that Ansel Adams book twice. The second time will be in order to copy down quotations from the man. There's a beatiful one which relates to his 'workshops' run in tandem with Minor White... I'm happy to see my opinions on such influences on students borne out and commented upon by one such guru himself. As revealing as those comments, the one where my theory about having or not having 'it' in the genes is verbalised in relationship to students and the suggestion that there are those who'd be better off doing something quite else.
I had never suspected that AA was such a frank debunker of cant.
A wonderful gift, Patricia!