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Here is a short video of the book’s working copy. I am going to still make a few editorial fixes, but this is pretty much what it is going to look like. It is rather obvious that I need to … Continue reading
To distract myself this past weekend, I put the finishing touches on the working copy of my Japanese Stab Bound book The Way We Work/Clam Boogie. For a while, the distraction worked. Then the reality of Tropical Storm # 9/Hurrican … Continue reading
With apologies to Kenneth Graham, …there is nothing – absolutely nothing – half so much worth doing as simply messing about with books. I continue being slow as molasses putting this book together. However, it is an extremely satisfying task, … Continue reading
Lately, I have been going through my old negatives, in a very unorganized sort of way. I do not have all my 3-ring binders that hold contact sheets and negatives, in one place. What I discovered was that there are … Continue reading
A few days ago I made this one signature zine with an 8.5×11 inch sheet of Red River 2-sided Premium Matte paper. I think it turned out well. The twist to making it is that I fold it so that … Continue reading
I keep working on my 8×10 inch Strathmore Drawing paper photo book, finished the front and back cover made with board and Kraft Paper. It’s the same as I have used all along. However, it had been a while … Continue reading
Jeffrey, Wesley and Brett hauling clams on board and washing and stowing them.
Wesley pulling a clam belt off the stern of the bird-dog. This past week we had a tropical storm come through the area and the waters were closed to clamming and oystering.
I was out yesterday morning with Wesley, Jeffrey and Brett hauling clam bags aboard their bird-dog. The cut-off transom sure makes that easier.
I have been playing around with making a one sheet [8.5×11 inch] – 8 page zine since I ran across the instructions on the experimentwithnature blog. So far I have only put together one layout. Using Photoshop and layers the … Continue reading
Wesley wrestling clam belts off the stern. The belts of clam bags are about 48 feet long and seeded with small clams. Rolled up with a length of chicken wire they are then staked to the Gulf bottom for the … Continue reading
Last week I went out with Wesley, Jeffrey and Brett to photograph while they planted and harvested clams. It was a foggy morning and when we got to the lease the water was just a bit too deep and frankly, … Continue reading
I pass by this little house when I ride the St. Marks Trail in the mornings. A while ago this front porch was added and I really love the design. I would not mind having something like this on … Continue reading
Wesley and Jeffrey hauling clam bags over the open transom. Jeffrey has a big salt water hose tucked under his right arm with which to quickly wash the mud off the bags and clams.