I spent this morning with my wife Carmela and good friend Maye Hardin at the Durham Arts Council, hanging my show “Long Shots: Pinhole Photographs of the Sun and the Moon”. I was feeling a little uncertain about how the show was going to look. Many of the prints are new and I’d never seen them all together before. Its a small show of 18 prints, but it represents roughly 5 years worth of pinhole imaging of the moon and the sun. Some things turned out better than others, but there’s nothing in the show I really hate. I’m pleased with the final look of the show.
The next full moon occurs during the night following the opening of the show. Weather permitting, I hope to plant some cameras that night. This will be the Harvest Full Moon, always a favorite.