Snowman; Ashburnham, MA, March 2004
I built this snowman at the end of March in 2004. The winter had not produced much snow but as spring approached we suddenly began to receive daily snow squalls. I chose the edge of the lake to construct him as the snow there was wet and sticky enough to hold together. I photographed him often as each day saw the temperature rise and my snowman shrink. Finally one day I looked down and he was gone. I find that it is not the details of photography that pose the greatest challenge but rather that which I choose to photograph. As for the snowman I am convinced that instead of waiting for the inevitable he high tailed it north, which is where he is now, along with my hat and scarf, which I never recovered!
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|Inks:||Pure Pigment Archival Inks|
|Glass:||99% UV Protected|
|Mat:||100% Cotton Rag (Never Yellows)|
|Frame:||Custom Sized - Solid Wood Frame|