Our Dog in Snow is a Sequence We Love

Vegas loves the snow. We believe she is substantially laden with Husky GMOs. She believes this as much as we do.

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We've been researching images in sequence, which brought us to a philosophical frame of mind when walking our dog through the sunshiny snow.

Tom Gunning proposes an idea about how we see that made us reflect on our dog running.

Tom Gunning proposes an idea about how we see that made us reflect on our dog running.

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When we want to recapture movement, when we are the apparatus, we do so using multiple shots. We establish a sequence, in other words, and like our dog, we move on with leaps and bounds. We run towards progress even when we seem to be holding still at times, or not even there at all.

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Motion:

The only way to see.

A Window is a View with Character

Whenever searching for ideas, we tend to get lost in the details. Answers hide like the truth, in plain sight. Consult your own windows and you'll see.

A window is only a way or means for seeing, after all.

This is the view from one of our favorite windows in the living room. It admires explosions of morning light captured over the Connecticut River.

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Windows are expert reality carvers, and we wanted to learn all we could from this one. We tried to capture its point of view in our Almanac #4.

Can you spot it?

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Each window is a mailbox

The red flag is up. More messages await your seeing.