“Perhaps true, total photography […] is a pile of fragments of private images, against the creased background of massacres and coronations.”
". .. one photo per day during 02011"
"a reasonable approximation of what i found interesting to photograph and where i happend to be at various points during the year."
"After more than 1000 days patterns emerge, inspiration ebbs and returns, the pile of fragments grows. While i’ve never made a deliberate attempt to narrow the focus or or create further constraints than ‘one photo per day’ it’s inevitable that subjective and analytic patterns become visible."
"Below the surface there has been a change of pace as the daily practice grows more habitual."
"This was the fifth consecutive year I’ve committed to daily photographs, but after 1826 consecutive days, I’m not sure there is much I can add to last year’s overview. The five year cycle deserves a more prolonged reflection, but for now a short summary and some selected images…"
“distortions, displacements, rotations… something else was there, just about to appear, something he understood had always been there, but that he had not been receptive to…”
—Thomas Pynchon, Against the Day.