‘Mindbenders’ got a mention on the Front Row Monthly site (link here) and
My recollections of Woodstock (family-friendly ones) appear here at Hooplaha.com – however, they chose not to use my photos. The editors there probably doubt the thrill of black-and-white but I think they go with the story so in the spirit of hippie anarchism, I’m going to post a few:
It’s interesting that these somewhat murky monochrome pictures were taken with a heavy (by today’s standards) Kodak Instamatic that I lugged around with me all weekend and that then required my waiting until the film was developed and pictures printed, while the lovely and definitely sharper color cloud photos in my last post were taken by my (now-obsolete) cellphone. Which also tells me where I am, wakes me up if I ask it to, gets me email, sports scores and the headlines.
My grandmother was born about the time of the Wright Brothers flight and died after the moon landing. I always thought that was pretty remarkable technological change for one lifetime but our era is turning out to be pretty impressive as well, albeit (happily) a lot less dramatic than what she went through.
Anyway, photos here, memories on Hooplaha – enjoy!