The perfect article on Fuji's X-Series camera from a photographer's point of view, accompanied by some stunning photos.
I spent part of last week doing some work for The Cultural Landscape Foundation, in conjunction with their upcoming retrospective of modernist landscape architect Daniel Urban Kiley. More on that in a bit.
The weather decided not to cooperate for much of my time in Columbus, however that gave me an opportunity to seek out some of the other buildings. I was able to get a tour of a pretty cool Johansen building.
A recently completed project for The Collaborative Inc, Hasenstab Architects, and Ashland University.
Last week, I took a day trip to Nashville to see a friend, and attend the Jim James concert. We had a good time running around Nashville. We meet the fine folks at Imogene + Willie. They asked me to take a group photo outside their shop with an old Polaroid camera. I was happy to do so, and then we took one for me. They had several seamstresses not only onsite, but visible to the public to do all their alterations. Pretty cool.
On the way back to Columbus I took some back roads of Kentucky and found a stunning horse who was quite photogenic. Oh, and the concert was terrific! Here are some photos.