Recommended reading

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I still need to leave the top of my pants unbuttoned after Thursday’s feast, and we’re having a second one today for another part of the family. If you’re in a similar spot, let these blog posts aid your digestion.

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๐Ÿ’ป Even though Eric Swanger isn’t from Washington state, he feels more at home there than anywhere. And he can’t get the hardscrabble Columbia Basin out of his head. He meditates on why. Read Declare the Meaning

๐Ÿ’ป  AlanD tells the story of the Kinetoscope, and how it was the precursor to the motion picture as we knew it. Read A Brief History of Photography by Objects – 7 – The Edison Kinetoscope 1893

๐Ÿ’ป Many of us dream of fame or fortune, but few are so famous or fortunate. It’s easy to forget how narrow and difficult that path is. David Heinemeier Hansson reminds us, because so little of it is within our ability to control. Read You probably won’t make it to the top

๐Ÿ“ท Canon’s Canonet line gets a lot of ink — make that electrons, sorry — from film-photography bloggers. For good reason; they’re very nice cameras. Writing for Casual Photophile, Drew Chambers tackles the Canonet 28. Read The Canon Canonet 28 — A Camera Made for Taking it Easy


3 responses to “Recommended reading”

  1. jaydensar11 Avatar

    thank you Jim.

  2. Photo A Day Avatar

    Excellent for a Sunday night of reading.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar


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