Monthly Archives: March 2014

The demise of the Big Photo

I knew when we put it up that the almost 60-foot-long panoramic photo of San Luis Obispo that I call the View from Daniel’s Point – would eventually come down. John Cleek, the wallpaper expert who put it up, painted … Continue reading

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A method for mounting large prints on foam core

One of the things I learned while making my large photo exhibition was how to mount huge photo prints without getting wrinkles or bubbles. I am a user of permanent self-adhesive foam core board. I love this stuff. My favorite … Continue reading

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My solar system goes live

As you might have read in my earlier blogs on the subject, I installed solar panels on my roof in the fall, finishing in late November. I bought the panels, racking and hardware and did the rooftop installation myself. This … Continue reading

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