Negative. Thinking.

"When you learn to properly frame an image in the viewfinder of a camera, you start to frame and catalog everything you see, whether you photograph it or not. And, suddenly memory has the shape of a rectangle."
The photojournalist, Deborah Copaken Kogan. Her memoir is called Shutterbabe.

* Hi readers! Things have been a bit hectic this holiday. Besides the usual sixty-hour work weeks that come from selling your soul to the service industry, I'm on the verge of two very
very exciting things. (1) a new semi-professional writing project and (2) starting the process of applying to graduate school. So posts may be fewer and farther between. Stay tuned

[image shot by my friend Stacey, on a walk around Portland with our cameras]


  1. Beautiful photo you captured. And I love the play on words in the title of this post. You are so busy! I hope you find time to relax in between work and projects :)

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  3. Ooooh! Sounds exciting! Good luck with all the new endeavors on the horizon!


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