|Weeks 1 - 40, 52 Ways to Look at the River|
Here are the panels I have made since the last update:
|Week 33, 52 Ways to Look at the River|
|Week 34, 52 Ways to Look at the River|
|Week 35, 52 Ways to Look at the River|
|Week 36, 52 Ways to Look at the River|
|Week 37, 52 Ways to Look at the River|
|Week 38, 52 Ways to Look at the River|
|Week 39, 52 Ways to Look at the River|
|Week 40, 52 Ways to Look at the River|
*Traveling for the photo shoot each week is a Big Commitment.
*Luckily, the rewards of traveling each week and making the corresponding panel are huge. Even though I've lived near the Susquehanna for most of my life, and frequently hike nearby, I am gaining a new perspective and appreciation for its beauty.
*I continue to be very thankful for the efforts of the landowners and all the volunteers who work to ensure that the river, the trails, and the overlooks are so accessible to the public. It's a world-class resource, and it's right in my backyard.
*There's a natural arc in art making, for myself and many others, starting with the excitement of the idea, absolute panic on how to execute it, soldiering through the tricky bits, and ultimate triumph at having produced something that comes close to the vision. It's a long arc for my larger works, but here I am cycling through it each week. The weekly repetition of the process is honing my approach and building my confidence.
*I should treat myself to more blue silks.
This past week I traveled to Pinnacle Overlook, an iconic and very recognizable spot, and the scene of my first Lancaster County hike many decades ago. There's a huge rock outcropping that provides a view upriver:
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