This month's postcards!
I thought you all would like to know a little more about the postcards you have probably received by now! If you haven’t received your postcards, please send me a message and I’ll get to the bottom of it. Medium prints are still pending, but you will have them before the end of the month! You only got 2 of these prints but I’d love to share what they looked like to you all. What you received was random, but if you would like to purchase a few to complete the set I wouldn’t blame you! Send me a message and we’ll talk. Without further delay, here’s a little bit about each postcard. All of these photos were taken on my trip up north. I spent Christmas with girlfriend #2’s family in Portland, and during that time they gave me a tour of a new piece of property that was the site of their next home. Postcard #1, Portland Trees Trees are everywhere and are quite like the forests we have here in California. I felt, in a way, right at home on this steep hillside. I happily snapped away, but this photo was the best example of the grandeur of this place. The trees tower, and the ground is thick with leaves. Below us a creek bubbled away, and we could see fresh deer tracks along the path. It was a lovely, serene place. Postcard #2, Big tree This tree was huge, gorgeous, and practically begged to be photographed. I obliged. Postcard #3, Root Cellar There were a few old structures on this property. This basin and faucet were in the root cellar. It was in this musty and dark cellar where the original homesteaders, at some time in the late 1800s, made pickles, preserved food, and a little nip of home-made moonshine. Mmm! Postcard #4, Chicken coop The least complete structure still standing was a very, very decayed old chicken coop. It was full of rusted equipment, barrels, and crates. The light poured in through the cloudy window and spread a warmth over the otherwise soggy and decomposing coop. The ground was extremely precarious, and I risked life and limb getting this photograph! Again, if you haven’t gotten your postcards yet you can send me a message through Patreon. Thank you so much for your support this month and I can’t wait to show you what I have in store for next time! Thanks for reading! Dana “Danger” Kipnis
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