I did not even know that such a book existed. Now, thanks to Maggie Mason, I do. And I am delighted by it.
January 2011 Archives
December and January have been busy for me. Fun, exciting, and hectic. Also, as tends to happen in winter: cold, dark, and snowy.
Between traveling, getting a couple of colds, starting projects, and occasionally curling up in my cave to hibernate, I haven't posted much. I'd like to start making up for lost time.
Over Christmas, I took a trip out to the east coast, and got there just in time for the big December blizzard.
Also out in the blizzard was Jamie Stuart, "Idiot with a Tripod," who shot this excellent short video using a Canon 7D. It's a really nice piece of work. Even Roger Ebert loved it. Check it out yourself!
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Dave Mead, of Austin, Texas, has collected some of the most fantastic beards in his "Magnificent Specimens." Magnificent they are indeed. Tremendous, in fact.
If you are in Portland, OR, you have just about a month to see the show in person. The rest of out can check it out via the portfolio on his website.