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June 05, 2011


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That sounds like a wonderful workshop. I agree I love considering new ways to look at the world. Your photos are really great. I really like the first one with the in between underneath space.

Deb Robson

Thanks! I tried for a number of images with the multiple levels, but was having trouble with the depth of field. Id often get one or two of the layers I was going for and then something critical would be out of focus. I could have done it with my old Minolta rangefinder, but I havent taken the time to mess with digital equipment to the same extent.

It *was* a great workshop. Laid back and productive. So was the writing one I took with BK Loren.


I love these photos and the idea behind them. Thanks for posting!

Deb Robson

Thanks, Margaret! Good to hear from you!


I need a class like that! Maybe it would help me understand Orenburg lace -- "Don't count stitches, count holes..."

Deb Robson

Brilliant connection between the photography and Orenburg lace! Thanks for that vision.

Sherrie Y

Love love LOVE the grass/rocks shot. Interesting to me that I SMELL this image when I look at it.

Deb Robson

Thanks, Sherrie! Love that you love it! You have a discerning eye, and the exquisite art-making skills to go with it. Its one of my favorites. Found it right toward the end of my time out looking.

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