Book: Absence of Being by Susan Burnstine

I read Absence of Being by Susan Burnstine. Well, not so much read, as looked at: the book is filled with mainly picture. Very nice pictures, though. I don't really remeber how I came to put this book on my wish list, on which blog I read about it, but it was a good... Continue Reading →


Book: Bicycle Landscape by a.o. Yorit Kluitman

I read Bicycle Landscape by, among others, Yorit Kluitman. Kluitman once decided to visit all Dutch municipalities by bicycle. Relatable, because my love also visits all Dutch towns by bike to mark them on a list. Kluitman sticks with municipalities and decided to photograph them. He gave himself a few strict limitations: his photographs were... Continue Reading →

Book: In Almost Every Picture 7

In 1936, 16-year-old Ria van Dijk went to Tilburg's fairground. At the shooting galley she hit the target, and thereby triggered a camera and won a picture of herself. That was fun, so the next year she went again. And the year after again, and again. During the war, there was not fairground shooting, but... Continue Reading →


Book: Cosmic Surgery, Alma Haser

In June, I saw the exhibition Paper Art in the CODA museum in Apeldoorn, the Netherlands. A nice exhibition, but afterwards I regretted not buying the book Cosmic Surgery by Alma Haser from the museum gift shop. After a few days of regret, I looked up Haser's website and bought the book directly from her.... Continue Reading →


Book: Holga – Life Trough A Plastic Lens

In the series of books that come with Lomography cameras, I have the book Holga - The World Trough a Plastic Lens. I got it when I bought Holga the First from the Lomography Shop. I got Holga the Second from a diffrent shop, so no book with that one. The book is not a... Continue Reading →


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