Diary of a River: November 9 2014

Today marks a turning point in the project. We went out and collected about 14 pinhole cameras along the Kennebec River.  There are now about 12 more to collect. Once those are processed, we will be able to edit the best images down to about 30 solargraphs for the exhibit at the Maine Museum of Photographic Arts for January 2014. I’m excited that my show and the show at UNE will be the first two for the Maine Photo Project for 2015. I spent most of today creating a map of the river and marking where the pinhole cameras were set for the project. 120 pinhole cameras along 230 miles is one nearly every two miles. It’s been a great journey so far, and the fun has only just started! I’m excited about where this project has taken me and where it will take me into 2015!  Here’s a great link for you to peruse if you are interested in Kennebec River facts: Maine Rivers

The map of the Kennebec River showing where the pinhole cameras were set for the Solargraph project
The map of the Kennebec River showing where the pinhole cameras were set for the Solargraph project

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