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Orphan Works, revisited

July 23, 2008

My thoughts on Copyright Law in the US are muddied, as should be expected – this issue is a gnarly motherfucker, to put it bluntly. So many layers of interpretation, obfuscation, when what it really comes down to is this: today, as it stands, your work is only protected as far as you can afford Read more >>

Anathea – Judy Collins

June 22, 2008

ANATHEA Lazlo Feher stole a stallion, Stole him from the misty mountain, And they chased him and they caught him, And in iron chains they bound him.Word was brought to Anathea That her brother was in prison. “Bring me gold and six fine horses, I will buy my brother’s freedom.””Judge, O Judge, please spare my Read more >>


June 2, 2008

roses Originally uploaded by briannaorg Fresh from the desert mountain, a shade of red you’re not likely to see again this side of a Belle Epoque bordello.


April 7, 2008

via CuteOverload by Waverly Films

Kale, carrots, dill

February 22, 2008

Kale, carrots, dill Look how far we’ve come since January! These were all sown when the moon was waxing gibbous in the sign of Cancer. I’m not being very scientific in my moon phase sowing experiments, and I have no idea if it had much bearing, but I do know that I’ve been sowing seeds Read more >>

Baby dill

February 16, 2008

Baby dill Originally uploaded by briannaorg

Winter surprise

February 9, 2008

Winter surprise Originally uploaded by briannaorg

Cathy & Annette

January 17, 2008

strip.jpg Originally uploaded by briannaorg I just adore this picture. Today my mom would have been 48, and Cathy’s birthday would be coming up in February.

2007 – The Year in Review – December & January

December 19, 2007

It is time to put to sleep for the New Year, as always, while I tinker behind the scenes. I am planning on launching a proper photography portfolio in 2008, so I thought it would be good to post photos from every month in 2007 as a reflection on the work I’ve done and, Read more >>