Tuesday, May 4, 2010

It's important to remember that "old" work isn't obsolete, nor less worthy than new work.  In fact, old work, unless it's utterly incompetent, is evidence of  one's evolving vision, and may be instinctively even better because it is a testament to that moment in which it is newly discovered.  That aside, here's a photograph I made at least four or more years ago that I've not printed nor published on this blog before.  I'm posting it because I like it...nothing more or less that that. 

1 comment:

Bow Zart said...

Frequently, I find images in my files many years later that I could not even see at the time I processed the film. It has happened as much as 35 years later. I'm looking into even older work now, and have no idea what to expect.

We grow in very strange ways; sometimes, it seems that we grow into ourselves.