Fix! welcome to the 21st century

not only did I buy a cordless phone to replace the giant fax/phone and answering machine, I learned that my camera had a sepia and b/w setting. so clueless! but fixed for sure. the camera also has settings for fluorescent light and exposure time; not sure how to use all that, but nice to know of their presence! I’ve had a  Canon printer/copier/fax for many years and never thought to dump the Brother.

here are some fotos of bathroom art collection and some clay and sculpture works by me taken with experimental camera settings. yee-haw.

obsidian flakes from Valles Caldera area

obsidian flakes from Valles Caldera area

clay pillows with Momo in LA

clay pillows with Momo in LA

topless mom, topless me

topless mom, topless me

mom on the right in black and white, age 4? me in solar print and slide prints, age 19

amazing Michael C. Berman foto with tiny red matte line

amazing Michael C. Berman foto with tiny red matte line

Michael P. Berman. oops. also, photos by Cherie Mayman and PD Rearick

 

the b/w wall looking at the color wall

the b/w wall looking at the color wall

color:  “ghost fish” print by Deborah M. Donelson, merman by Lindy Hirst, center painting by Thomas C. Haag, paint/collage by Marge Larson.

b/w photos by Jon McCoy, Anthony L. Lindsey, Lisa Canorro, and me–up by the lamp (Jackie Lange at UT)

 

3D foto by Steve Snowden

3D foto by Steve Snowden

world strings

world strings

“all this is to say, you are not alone in space”

 

bonus fix: went to gym; pants falling down; added drawstring.

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