I've heard it advised to "not share while it's still bleeding". It was geared toward speakers and presenters to not use their own life lessons with which to teach until the pain of it was thoroughly complete. I think it good advice so will keep quiet about my day - EXCEPT -
- when making something seems to be impossible -it must be time to UN-MAKE something!
I have a thing for disassembling cameras. The better the camera the better the ride. It's like mining for gold and gems. There are so many FLIPPING cool parts!
Today it was a Sony DSC S85 (remember my mentioning my camera wasn't working?). Worth maybe $10 on ebay. To me, priceless fun and treasures.
I'm particularly fond of the lenses that look like they should magnify but instead make things recede. I used some in a BookArt piece called, Finding Time. The more you try to find it the more it tends to get away from you.
I'm excited to see how this treasure trove of gears, switches, lenses, reflectors and refractors will translate someday.