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Where has this camera been?
Exposure #27
Thursday, February 10, 2011 - 2:30pm
Grass Valley, United States
The Story: I pledged on Kickstarter because I'm interested in photography and liked the group's (Kevin's) energy and idea. When the camera arrived at my home in Grass Valley CA, I was at first excited to open and check out how the group had set it up (clear and simple). As I fingered that seeming fragile plastic box, I was simultaneously thrown back a few decades and forward a few days. Back to memories of vacations and weddings past. Forward to how to route this to all my friends who want to play. And then the big stress at realizing that I had ONLY ONE SHOT. I'll bet I'm not alone in the digital age. One blind shot. OK, that's fairly safe. Shot and send. Blame any issues on the developer. But "what inspires you" began to nag. "Inspires in what sense"--of the moment or for all time? Do I just look around the house or do I have to make a pilgrimage? I finally took it out on my Big Dummy cargo bike to run a set of errands that would take me to Neva...
Exposure #22
Tuesday, February 15, 2011 - 2:30pm
Nevada City, United States
The Story: My husband and I and our two dogs just moved from Sacramento to Nevada City, in the foothills of California. We're surrounded by tall pines and red dirt, loving the wind in the trees, the fresh air, snow and pines. We're learning about country living, including splitting wood and building fires, and I walk for miles on trails beside creeks and through the woods. Paradise.
Exposure #21
Tuesday, February 15, 2011 - 2:20pm
Nevada City, United States
The Story: 
Exposure #18
Friday, May 20, 2011
San Francisco, United States
The Story: confronted with something so simple took too long but I remembered the split-leaf philadendron in front of a shop on 4th st in San Rafael so finally that was my shot - the eye on the trunk where the leaf was attached.
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