I’ve been trying to answer the tough question of “what do you do when you’re on vacation?” given that I’m starting to think about an upcoming trip, and giving my hosts ideas of what I’d want to see. It occurred to me that what I find interesting might overlap with what I tend to photograph while traveling, so I made a list of things that seem representative.
I don’t talk much about wishes or dreams. It’s not my way. There’s a life list, but I don’t say much about my plans to cross things off of it. Right now, though, I have a big one in my crosshairs, and I figure it’ll make some people smile if I talk about it.
One of the things I love most about working with fabric: the infinite number of designs that can be put on it! Every designer has their own take; every culture has their own style. I’ve vented a few times before about the differences between “modern design” as a movement versus “modern design” as an aesthetic. The movement is one I love, but the design aesthetic is only one of several that I adore.
If you ever wonder why it’s hard to walk away from work, it’s because exchanges like these happen when you least expect it. As a setup: Adam is one of our new Australia staffers, who was on the last leg of his journey home to Australia after working in Boston for three weeks.
I’m about to head out on the road again, and thanks to a quirk of airlines, I’ll be flying into Vermont and out through Boston. I’m doing it purely so I can roadtrip through Vermont, and see what there is to see.
I have no idea what I’ll see, but I’m taking my new camera rig.
Wondering why Vermont? See this map, and it’ll make sense: