Big Inca

To: Bill

From: The Boss

Date: January 21

Thanks for those insights. I’ve handed them over to our management training manager.  

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Big Inca

To: The Boss

From: Bill

Date: January 20 

We’re working on a photographic history. Maybe we can publish it.

For now, it will probably be a gallery exhibit, and probably help with the rental literature.

But there are also some important lessons here.

A photographer begins with place. The same way we have.

But, I’m told, the photography part is easy.

The hardest part is naming photos for exhibition as well as matting and mounting them. It depends, apparently.

But it’s also true that processing and printing are dull work – much of it taking place in the dark.

One of my sources admits she always found someone else for the matting.

All of this has me thinking about “field” in photography? As in field of vision, for starters. And then field, or fields, as in ours.

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Big Inca

To: Bill

From: The Boss

Date: January 19

Sometimes it all seems gray. Or gradations of gray. Even politics.

And then it all explodes in color, and differences count.

Sometimes that’s when you find out which politicians are there to move things along, and which ones just what a cut – in effect, impeding you.

As it is, you’re creating an attractive location. Even in the snow. Or maybe because of it.

Make sure our broker knows that.

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Big Inca

To: The Boss

From: Bill

Date: January 18 

I can’t imagine such a scene at the moment.

Maybe the fact that most of our historic photos are black-and-white fits the black-and-white landscape around us.

City council meeting last night had me wondering if modern politics is nothing more than a choice between a generic detergent and Brand X.

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Big Inca

To: The Boss

From: Bill

Date: January 14 

Definitely. You should see the progress on Mill No. 2, too. Manny got the window replacements in and the roofing in shape before winter set in, so all of the work since has been largely interior. I toured it today and am impressed.

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