I Am Back, Yes I Am

I know it’s been too long—the autocomplete on my browser has forgotten my blog login, I’ve got approximately ten bajillion half-writen posts floating around in my head, and my weather toe is aching. Well, OK, the last one has nothing to do with anything (except maybe summer-appropriate weather is finally on the way?), but you know what I mean.

Life has calmed down on several fronts. And you know what that means, right? Yep, it’s Project Time! And thus, three, count ‘em, THREE projects cooking:

No. 1: Back to blogging. Check. Well, partly anyway. There are a bunch of behind-the-scenes things to fix up here at Catasterist, but my foot is officially back in the door. Don’t worry—it’s not the foot with the weather toe, it’s the other one.

No. 2: Check out my new Etsy shop:


I am selling prints of my photos. Have a look, then tell everyone you know, OK? I’ll be adding more photos soon (particularly if we actually get some sun—or at least non-rainy weather—this weekend). I have a really kick-ass printer and I have lots of fancy paper, so come on, order something already.

I can print things up to about 13″ x 19″ (sometimes larger in certain cases) on either matte or luster (just a little bit shiny—not overly glossy) paper, with or without a white border. If you don’t see the size you want listed, just let me know. If you’d like a print of something from either my catasterist or catsterist-dot-com Flickr accounts, just let me know. If you want to commission something… you get the idea.

No. 3: Well, I don’t want to give away everything in one post, do I? No, of course not! Besides, I’ve got some photo maintenance to work on—those durn RAW files eat up hard drive space like hungry, hungry caterpillars. But tune in next time for the exciting conclusion to The List of Three Projects.


PS:There’s one more weekend of the Candela show at the City Reliquary! This Saturday and Sunday June 27th and 28th are your last chance to see the exhibit live and in person. For those of you in other time zones, we’ll post much of the show’s content online once the show is over.



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