(As readers may have noted, our blog is undergoing significant technical difficulties. This old post from 2011 is showing up without identifiable cause.
Until we figure out what’s wrong, please click on the category Seattle Now & Then. That should forward you to the latest blog post.
Thanks so much for your patience and understanding.)
This Friday, readers of this blog are invited to join Paul, Jean, and Bérangère for the preview party at their Mohai exhibit: ‘Now & Then‘. This exhibit explores the history of repeat photography through dozens of repeats of Paris (including the very first photographic image of a human being, taken by Daguerre), Seattle, and Washington state. Wallingford is also featured with 30 time lapse examples (45 minutes running time) constructed from Paul’s 3-plus years of daily walks through the neighborhood in which he resides. This is raw stuff but often enough thrilling – to Paul and also to Ron who helped so much in assembling it. Please do come if you can.
Join us at the Museum of History and Industry this coming Friday between 5 and 7 PM. Wine and treats in abundance.