Wednesday, December 31, 2003


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looking forward to 2004

11:11 AM PST

Thursday, December 11, 2003


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Oregon Ballet run-through of the Nutcracker

12:44 PM PST

Sunday, December 7, 2003

» The Oregonian just released the first of five stories on the Warm Springs Reservation, A Place Where Children Die. Photographer Rob Finch (former Newspaper Photographer of the Year), spent over a year on the project, and has produced a deep, beautiful set of images that I imagine will be winning some awards this year. Have a look.

I've been out to Warm Springs a few times and it's one of those places that I want to keep going back to, for the incredible landscape and the people trying to preserve an ancient tribal culture.

04:40 PM PST

Friday, December 5, 2003

» "Most people reason deductively much of the time and most photographers see that way. We have a premise or dominant idea, whether or not it is consciously determined, and we proceed along a line of thought that develops logically the implications of the idea. Eventually, we reach a conclusion. It's a closed process. Seldom do we look sideways, that is, search for other premises or new beginnings. We avoid introducing new factors, technical or emotional, into our photography for fear that we won't be able to control them."       - Freeman Patterson, Photograph & the art of seeing

11:49 PM PST

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