marginaliais the Latin word for 'things in the margin', and refers to writing or decoration in the margins of a manuscript. I am exploring the edges and margins of our world through photographs and writing.
...from May 20, 2012...
I was too busy writing elsewhere to write here this time last year. So many words, so little time...
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Category Archives: catalytic projection
There’s been a flurry of working going on over at our new initiative, Fresh New Day. Marica and I have begun creating a document of our everyday world – using photography and writing to learn more, notice more, to explore … Continue reading
I recently caught up with a former student (Hi Floyd) and I was ranting about how cool the technologies are today – no more wrecking backs and knees lugging heavy video cameras and such around. I can get almost the … Continue reading
Charles Darwin turns 200 today. My hero. After all these years he’s as provocative as ever. Definitely who I would invite if I could invite six people from anywhere (or any when) in history to have dinner with. Not sure … Continue reading
Christina’s World Art PrintWyeth, Andrew36 in. x 28.75 in.Buy at AllPosters.comFramed Mounted The first writing of the new brings no comfort at all. I was saddened to read of the passing of Andrew Wyeth noted by James Gurney, and then in … Continue reading
I wrote earlier about how it’s been a long, cold, lonely winter. The message is, although we’ve been stuck inside and generally weather bound, connections to people and places and ideas and concepts and dreams have been exploding all over … Continue reading
Well, long and cold, and while I have known lonely winters, this hasn’t been one of them. I haven’t written here for what seems like forever, but I have been writing like a mad thing over at the two new … Continue reading
When I was a kid we didn’t have tv. Yes, I did have a pet dinosaur. Somehow my parents discovered the local museum (and when I say ‘local’, I mean a 45 minute drive away, in part over unsealed roads) … Continue reading
Things just got better and better and better. Hoo-rah! Twenty years later (and 20 minutes into the future) I’m still lusting after Theora Jones
I’ve so been looking forward to writing this posting. It’s number 500. And somewhere in the first few paragraphs it’ll topple over into 200,000 words. I started writing here on 1 August 2005 – it’s literally been a life changing … Continue reading