Summer Quarter faves
lrc at red4est.com
Thu Oct 1 13:16:30 EDT 2020
> On Oct 1, 2020, at 8:02 AM, Paul Sorenson <pentax1941 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Very nice series of images ranging from the beauty of the night sky to the devastation of the wildfire.
> 59332 is a bit of a departure for your usual.
It was included as much as a counterpoint to the rest of the set as for its own merits.
Looking at the albums its in, I just realized that I was halfway through processing my photos from the drive home when things went pear shaped and I had to evacuate. I had posted a proofset because Olga likes to see my photos before I’ve entirely winnowed them down, several of her favorites are ones that wouldn’t otherwise make my final cut. I have learned that I am one of the worst judges of my own photography so I try to at least take her suggestions under advisement.
If you’re interested in a different curation of my work over the last three months, here are the ones she likes.
She is much more generous than I am when it comes to rating my photos:
> I like it and would probably print it if it were mine.
High praise, thank you. Since we’re just now entering normal fire season, I’ve left most of my prints packed in the trailer in case we need to evacuate again, which is probably the best excuse I can come up with for being lazy and not unpacking right away.
> 30402 looks like you caught a airliner headed for SFO as it crossed the comet's path. :-)
Probably PDX since I photographed it in Oregon, but yeah, I was amused at the crossing the T.
> On 10/1/2020 2:33 AM, Larry Colen wrote:
>> This album is much bigger than my last couple quarterly best of albums which I think speaks more to it being a more interesting few months than anything else.
>> It’s 35 photos at the moment, it’s possible that I’ll be convinced to make some last minute additions.
>> Larry Colen
>> lrc at red4est.com
> Paul Sorenson
> Sooner or later "different" scares people.
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