More good news. And it came at a good time.
I’ve been spending this week in the hospital, because I had knee replacement surgery on Monday. Late yesterday afternoon was when the nerve block wore off and I started to feel like, as my friend Pat Maines says, “hammered dog shit.”
No details, but I’m a terrible patient.
Anyway, in the midst of the torture sessions they call “physical therapy” I received news that two of my images have been selected into a show called “Dream” at Darkroom Gallery in Vermont. Susan Burstine was the juror. And, as always, my profound gratitude to everyone who follows this blog, for I couldn’t do it without you. And big thanks to Jocelyn Young, who told me about the show.
The juror chose “i dreamt i was an angel”, which I made in Santa Fe:
And, making its second appearance in a jurored show is “Dusty Ghosts of Time”, from Trinhcera, Colorado.
Posted on December 7, 2016, in Photography and tagged black and white photography, Darkroom Gallery, dream, melinda green harvey, monochrome, NIK Silver Efex Pro 2, one day one image, photo a day, photography, postaday. Bookmark the permalink. 32 Comments.