Three posts in one day, guess how much I'm working?
Took a trip to Lambertville, NJ with Anna a few weeks ago. It's a beautiful town on the Delaware River. We stayed in an awesome B and B, hit up the best flea market in the world, and went swimming.
This is the grounds of the bed and breakfast. Beautiful place.
One of my favorites in a while.
Thursday, June 17, 2010
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I saw a print in the MOMA listed as a "cyanotype" that was very beautiful. I had never heard of such a thing and a few weeks later I stumbled across this fabric at a store in Park Slope. I remember having something similar as a kid but it wasn't as colorful or as cool. These are basically little squares of fabric that you set objects on and lay out in the sun for a few minutes. After a few minutes you rinse it under water and the areas that had objects on them clear away to reveal an image. I thought I made more than this...not sure if they got lost or what...
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Big Swinging in AZ
A combination of laziness and employment has prevented me from posting the black and white photos from Arizona. Here they are.
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Sunday, June 6, 2010
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