The closet door in my studio has notecards with project ideas. I am (disturbingly) organized about this: new project ideas are on pink notecards and those are all taped along the left-hand side of the door. And then, as the project develops or my ideas change, I write updates on green cards that are taped next to the corresponding pink one. And the notes are always (always!!) written in Sharpie. And then, when a project is either finished are has languished for a long time, the pink-and-green cards are accordioned together and taped in a grid at the top of the closet door.
All of this ridiculousness to say that car washes are, in fact, listed specifically on a green card and that green card ties back to a pink card with a wonderful project title* (because sometimes I get the title first).
Maybe you wish you didn’t know this about me. Too late, now, though…
*No, I am not going to say the project title. I once had a delightfully funny photograph title stolen from me before I could even use it. Not that I think any of YOU would do that, I did learn my lesson.
Posted on August 10, 2021, in Photography and tagged 365 photo project, alpine texas, black and white photography, learning to see, Leica, melinda green harvey, monochrome, one day one image, photo a day, photography, postaday, reasons to stop, road trip, take time to look, texas, things i see, thoughtful seeing. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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