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July 17, 2013


Absolutely. I well know the kind of quirky irony you mean - it ranks alongside juxtaposition as great for making messages/stories of photos.

If I may tout my own trumpet slightly: cf http://www.flickr.com/photos/7486487@N08/4104030364/ for wry humour factor.

Great Post! Thank You

When were you in OKC?


>>When were you in OKC?

Roughly ten years ago, when I was driving from Los Angeles to Philadelphia. As anyone who has heard the song "Route 66" knows, "Oklahoma City looks mighty pretty."

Glad you haven't quit blogging, and I hope you never do. I especially liked this post because it's about exactly what I do and have done for many years.


The conclusion fits in well with the "Bagging It" post. Looking forward to future posts and the book. A lot of people are in the mode of not knowing what they have to say, not believing that it's worth saying, or not sure how to say it in photography. I think there would be a lot of interest in your thoughts on all that.

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