Tuesday, February 05, 2008

February 5, 2008
Woke up to snow on the plateaus to the north of us. Very pretty out and cold. Frost on all the windows and plants.

Last Saturday, Kathy and I attended an art opening at the Cattle Track Compound in Scottsdale. The show featured Contemporary Photography In The West, with work by Brent Bond, Jay Dusard, William Fulller, Bill Schenck and Robb Kendrick. Kendrick has photographed ranch hands utilzing the tin type method and the results are stunning, as this little portrait of "Ashley" attests:

Working hard on the Steins Pass robbery attempt for the next issue's Classic Gunfights. Author Bob Alexander sent me a couple rare photographs to use in the piece. Wrote up questions for artist Thom Ross who we are going to feature in an upcoming What History Has Taught Me.

Also working on scheduling a video shoot for Royal Wade Kimes and his "Apache Kid" song.

"In Hollywood, imitation isn't just the sincerest form of flattery—it's standard business practice."
—Christine Spines, in Entertainment Weekly

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