The Coast Walk Project


So basically I have osteoarthritis in my right shoulder and all the cartilage on the head of my humerus has peeled off. That’s a photo of my bald spot up above on the right. My arm bone looks like Friar Tuck! In two weeks I’ll be having a shoulder replacement and I’ll be in a rig that immobilizes the whole arm for six weeks. Long story short, I’m not sure how much I’ll be posting here. I’m hoping I’ll be able to keep working on the interviews – there are still 9 that I haven’t posted yet, and they are awesome – wait til you meet all these cool people!

The shoulder’s pretty painful, which has slowed me down a lot, and most of my energy has gone into my day job of renovating and running a couple of vacation rentals, but I’ve managed to do a bit of photography around the edges, because I get really cranky when I don’t get into the studio for too long. Like being hangry, but with art. If you’d like to see what I’ve been up to when I’m not working on the Coast Walk, here’s the latest in the Beachcombing series,

and here are the latest floating seaweed shots:

I love this one – it reminds of the little Troll dolls from the 70s!


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