In this week’s episode (which was actually recorded a couple weeks ago) Scott and I talked about a few current events before we interviewed our guest. Only a short month ago a cyclone devastated Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) and the military junta that controls the country did not allow enough foreign aid in to help its citizens. Thousands have died, and many are still in peril. To find out more click here. After that we discussed similar devastation, with a lot more help in Iowa with the flood that hit Cedar City. After our little stint with current events we jumped right into our fabulous discussion with Katherine Loveless about her photography, philosophy, and her pictures of the Oregon coast. She was in Oregon with her father to go to a workshop with renowned Bromoil artist, David Lewis.
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Katherine Loveless, the photographer
Ian and Katherine talk about a lake she camped near in Oregon
Katherine talks about why this picture of the crossed logs is a favorite
Katherine talks about the beach and the dead seal and the contrast of dark to light
Katherine talks about the people on the water and looking back on old photos; Scott agrees that there can be diamonds in the rough (more…)