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"When it first appeared in Old English, the word Cræft signified an indefinable sense of knowledge, wisdom, and resourcefulness. Rediscovering the meaning of Cræft connects us with our human past, our sense of place, and our remarkable capacity to survive the harshest of landscapes. Cræft helps us more fully appreciate human ingenuity and the passing on of traditions from generation to generation." -from the book Cræft, by Alexander Langlands.

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my feelings exactly...

“Respect the sheep,” painting by Shaun Tan. (Image- page 137, Tales From the Inner City.)

Snow yesterday, icy roads today. Sons’ classes cancelled, spouse and daughter working from home... I’m making more weathergrams...

The lamp once out, Cool stars enter, The window. -Natsume Soseki

It’s quiet here right now, come sit for a while.

Union Station, Seattle
Yashica Mat TLR
Kodak Ektar 100

Deco details - Seattle Tower, formerly known as the Northern Life Tower.
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intense hue 

As I live far away from many of the people who contribute to this instance and I’ve very much enjoyed seeing photos of personal geographies (by aurora and frank, in particular) I’d like to start sharing a few scenes from the city I call home. Here goes... :-)

King Street Station, Seattle
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this crumbling network, blah blah 

my feelings exactly...

“Respect the sheep,” painting by Shaun Tan. (Image- page 137, Tales From the Inner City.)

Hello! New to Mastodon for all of two days and I must say, I love it here.
-I'm a craft & lifestyle photographer based in Seattle, wife, mother of three.
-First thing I do when visiting a new city: find the nearest independent bookstore.
-A few things that continually captivate me:
-Old cameras & film formats
-Weaving looms (did you know the automated Jacquard loom was a precursor to punched card programming? crazy!)
-Sheep (they are such majestic creatures)
-Book arts

"When it first appeared in Old English, the word Cræft signified an indefinable sense of knowledge, wisdom, and resourcefulness. Rediscovering the meaning of Cræft connects us with our human past, our sense of place, and our remarkable capacity to survive the harshest of landscapes. Cræft helps us more fully appreciate human ingenuity and the passing on of traditions from generation to generation." -from the book Cræft, by Alexander Langlands.

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