photography from the Chesapeake Bay watershed
Labels: dogs, meta, politics, signs
posted by emory at 10:53 AM
I think you're likely to become known, not as the guy who does dog photos, but as the guy who uses dogs to make great photos. I very especially like the one with the patronymically challenged Ms Crook.
hey michael- delighted to hear of the cows safe arrival on the island. ya, had to change the title, never challenge a patronym.As we say in the stateswho is yo' daddy!?Hope the silver gelatin holds up against the ink-jet/carbon-fiber/giclee
Well I also whipped down your print of Segis the retired cow and set it alongside the other B&W prints I've got here, darkroom and printer, and I can tell you, stick with silver gelatin. I can tell there is a difference, I can't tell you what the difference is, I'd never want to have to choose between them, but boy that silver gelatin print is good.
These photographs remind me of a political campaign from a few decades back when a candidate was quoted to say: "My opponent has been stealing from you long enough. It's time to give me a chance."You don't hear that kind of honesty anymore.
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