Monday, June 24, 2019
Monochrom and a 25mm Voigtlander in the park on Saturday.
"Hey, I love your earrings. Can I take a picture?"
I didn't do a very good job, but I liked approaching her and her being flattered.
"That's a really cool camera."
I began purging my digital files this weekend. It is awful, but it is good. Thousands of images are gone, just stuff, but some of it is hard to part with. Ili pics, for instance.
"Noooooo--get rid of that," she says adamantly.
We all like to be flattered, so I delete pictures of me, too.
But mostly things from the street. I hate looking through so many bad pictures, but I will never have to again. And I am learning something. My technique may get better.
Plus, I'm freeing up my hard drives.
But still, it is difficult to get rid of images, even digital ones.
Three days 'til San Fan, or Frisco as the hippies said. Cool people aren't allowed to say that now.
The closer the trip gets, the more there is to do. How is that possible?
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