Last Sunday I planted several cameras at Roxy Farms in Saxapahaw, North Carolina. Sue (the owner), David and Roxy are fun to hang out with and we had a nice time doing just that – hanging out for the afternoon. I planted cameras there this past winter, but wasn’t totally pleased with the results. So this is a second attempt to capture the aging barn as well as their restored and updated house.
The barn scene:
and the cameras planted nearby:
The top camera is part of the Time in a Can project and the bottom camera is one of my “rock” cameras. These will stay out for a few months. Time will tell what results.
5 thoughts on “Planting Cameras at Roxy Farms”
Glad to know what you are up to, Gregg.As always, you are testing the bounds.Lumen Prints are keeping me busy this summer.Wonder what’s going on in the Time -in-a-Can “cameras” I’m wondering how to take mine down as it’s firmly attached with silicone stuff.
All the best,
Nice to hear from you Willie Anne. I look forward to seeing your Lumen prints when you show them. Good thing you have plenty of time to figure out how to take those cameras with silicone down. I use duct tape a lot; its messy sometimes but easy enough to remove!
Gregg! Nice to see the “Time in a can” cameras under exposure, also read the comments by the two artists involved in the project. All the best and much sun.
Muchas gracias Diego! Mucho sol para que tambiÃ©n
Great to see you’re planting new time machines. Let us know when their time is up. Love your recent loonnng exposures with all the grit of time showing.
(and hi to Willie Anne).
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