Worms, stamps, and nails: was Steiglitz & O'Keeffe

From: PhotoGecko Austin ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 05/26/04-08:43:19 PM Z
Message-id: <9D15BA5C-AF87-11D8-98CB-000393CAE390@photogecko.com>

On Wednesday, May 26, 2004, at 08:42 PM, Judy Seigel wrote:

> Yeah, Luke Worm....

. . . Luke Worm. . . ?

Hey, I think I knew him in school! He was the guy always grubbing
around the playground muttering " 'i' before 'e' except if it's

--that guy?

Shakespeare spelled his name a dozen ways-- you'd think Alfred could
get it right in two.

So the question is mute, I take it, as to whether photography is art or
not. Or maybe we'll leave that for others to decide. I was intrigued
by Georgia's comments of his work as art. That was the whole point,
nothing more.

As for photography being interesting. . . . That depends on what day
you ask me.

I'm glad the subject stamp arrived pristine and uncanceled--and that
you had the nails to pull it off.


I hope you are well,
John Campbell
PhotoGecko Studios & Gallery
1413 South First Street
Austin, Tx 78704

(512) 797-9375

Received on Wed May 26 20:43:05 2004

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