Sunday, June 20, 2010

digital/analog interface with water devining

I have basically fallen in love with my little Canon A490 point and shoot
digital. (It even has a spot meter which is more then I can say for my heavier and larger in size Gossen Lunapro light meter.)

Underground where I stand, building the latest still life in the series, my wire
divining rod goes right off the dial meaning I am standing on top of the
Namoi River, an underground rhizome river at the bottom of a valley of a
rhizome volcano, known as the Nandewar Volcano.

Analog/digital and a divining rod made from a steel coat hanger cut to the proportions which humans and rhizome water streams resonate.

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