I am taking a small break from publishing articles here, as well as not adding much content to Facebook, IG, etc for a somewhat simple reason; my iMac crashed for a second time and I am now in transition to a new Mac Mini M1 computer system. Which was just delivered late yesterday. Now I am waiting for the delivery of new monitor that I excited to pair with the M1 MacOS; a 27″ BenQ PhotoVue that has a color space that matches 99% of RGB and 100% of sRGB. Could be a wonderful combination! (Since my iMac is now running again, it provided a nice trade-in value to make this transition less painful)
Thus the interesting and mysterious chaos of the photograph included above seemed relevant. Especially since I am venturing on a mysterious computer journey. Btw, my selections as to which photographs I can publish are a bit restricted to those photographs that I have already prepped for social media; I don’t have access to Adobe Bridge and Photoshop until the new system is up and running. sigh. Nevertheless, I find this photograph fascinating and very mysterious. At one time I was considering this photograph for my Instant Nomad book-dummy but it did not make the tighter edit.
May 7th – 29th, 2021, Southeast Center for Photography (SEC4P), Greenville, South Carolina. A group photographic exhibition on the theme of Flora, juried by Wendi Schneider. Opening concurrent with Greenville’s First Friday events while there will not be a formal artists reception of this exhibition due to the pandemic.