For those of you who are participating in Sofobomo this year (June-July), Tyler Monson’s work in Iceland is an excellent example of something that works well.
“I am doing some things differently this time. First off, the blog will be completed when you first see it; there will not be ongoing posts, so it is more like a book than a journal (although I might make changes). Also, like a book, it begins at the top/front and ends at the bottom/back — as Mother Nature intended.
“Look—but look slowly—rewards can be found in the smallest, and quietest, of places.
“And remember:
Assuming that my pictures are documents or records of anything, because they appear to be photographs, is just lazy thinking and you should stop it.”

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