My last international trip for a bit. Or, possibly, my last trip at all for the next... few months? Year? Fall promises that I'll have my hands full at home. I could explain this trip in words or I could give you the photos, there's no space and time to do both. The photos won. Here's to documenting my own hometown in the same way, soon. Thanks to those in th[...]
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Right before we left for tour, I fixed up my sweet but non functional Polaroid 250 at landcameras.com. I should've just bought from them in the first place! Nonetheless I had a new rechargeable battery installed, and will do some further cleaning and modifications when we have a bit more time. It isn't the most convenient item to bring with on a tour where time and[...]
It is strange to edit these photos from the comfort of my own living room. I'd planned to work on them during our flight home, when I was still officially on tour; however, after delays and mishaps, I spent our 26 hour return home in a weird dramamine haze. I look at these now and wonder, "Was this really how I saw Spain?" The country seems impossible to represent [...]
Ahhhh. Spain. Seeing dear friends, a new baby boy born since we were last here, beautiful meals shared with beautiful people, strange concepts of time, a veil of confusion more often than not. It is so amazing here, and Damien is so loved. The last show is in one week.
It's hard to wake up to this for a few days, then return to 'real' life. Not that I'm disputing the beauty of the Puget Sound or the joy I get when I see the Fauntleroy ferry crossing to Vashon right in our backyard. But Granada was a fairy tale, a place I didn't think could be real; the shock of finding it and having to leave has been difficult. Casa M[...]