summer series – in shades of green
With the last of the chlorophyl leaching out of the trees, I thought I’d share the end of the summer series in shades of green. I love the way greens expose on film and how they differ from one film to another — from the super saturated nearly neon green of Kodak Super Color to the faded and dusty seventies look of expired film.
I don’t have much for you today in terms of words. Lately, I’ve been feeling very aware of time — I can almost hear the sand sifting through the hourglass, so quickly it is passing by. The days are getting shorter and today marks the one-month countdown of my departure. Joe and I keep trying to push the date to the back of our minds but it’s always there, lurking.
On a lighter note (because we gotta keep this shit light somehow), as a parting gift, Joe is participating in Movember this month, which means that I can track his progress from pubescent whiskers to full blown chopper (or however his facial hair doth decide to grow). How fun! My own little Mo Bro pet project. Plus, it’s for a good cause (prostates are super important). So stay tuned for some serious tachetastic action in the coming month.
And that’s all I got today, folks. That, and a song.
“I give you the images I know.
Lie still with me and watch.
We laugh and we touch.
I promise you love.
Time will not take that away.”
– Anne Sexton