Last night was the “Harvest” full moon and Carmela and I headed to downtown Durham to set out a pinhole camera at the base of the “The Major” sculpture in the City Center Plaze. “The Major” is a two-ton bronze bull by Michael Waller and Leia Foushee. It was a clear warm night and there were a few people on the streets. I delayed putting out the camera as the area was well lit and I feared someone would notify the police that I was carefully placing a tin can on the sidewalk of the park. We had a bit of a feel that we were part of a “drop-off/pickup”. But we got over that and placed the camera. As soon as we got to the car to leave, some guy came over to study the bull sculpture. He looked local and I suspect he’d seen the sculpture before. We were pretty sure we’d never see that camera again and headed home. But, the next morning when we returned to the scene, there was the tin can camera, totally unmoved, untouched. Thank you, citizens of Durham!