Recommended reading

Happy Labor Day weekend! I refuse to admit that summer is ending.

๐Ÿ’ป I’ve done therapy (the kind where you talk with a psychologist or social worker) several times in my life. It’s a great way to talk things out and get insight when life balls up on you and you’re struggling to see the way through. Carla Akil does a nice job explaining how therapy works. Read Understanding Therapy

Chair
Pentax ME, 35/2.8 SMC Pentax-A, Film Washi S, 2019

๐Ÿ’ป N. S. Palmer offers valuable perspective on how some moral dilemmas seem clear only because of which side of them you stand on. Read Facing Moral Dilemmas

๐Ÿ’ป Seth Godin notes that as we’ve upped the volume on politics, we’ve lost the thread on governance. To our detriment. Read Politics vs. governance

๐Ÿ“ท Here’s a camera you’ve probably never heard of: the May Fair. John Margetts wrote what is certainly the only review of it on the entire Internet. Read May Fair folding camera

๐Ÿ“ท Mike Eckman has written the world’s most comprehensive guide to the Argus C-series (“brick”) cameras. It’s so long he had to break it into five parts. Read Argus C-Series Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V


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5 responses to “Recommended reading”

  1. retrocrank Avatar

    I particularly like the photo of the chair. Really like it.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      It’s very interesting, isn’t it. Just something about it is compelling.

  2. Dan James Avatar

    I agree about the chair photograph, I love minimal, simple photography like this.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      I didn’t know how the Film Washi S would respond in blazing direct sunlight but I figured the chair’s shadow and the deck’s slats would be more prominent. Nope, but the glowing chair is interesting in its own right.

      1. Dan James Avatar

        I like that the slats are near invisible, it makes the chair even more prominent.

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