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Weekly Themes

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Eco Ellen:
March 17:  Flowers/Trees
March 24: Full and Almost Full Moons
March 24-30:  Graveyards
Week of Apr 14-20: Water (presuming Courtney is ready to do this)
Week of Apr 21-27: Inheritance diptych
Week of Apr 28-May4: Self-portraits
Week of May 5-11: Shoes
Week of May 12-18:  Film Noir
Week of May 19-25:  Jump Shots
Week of May 26-June 1:  Danger
Week of June 2-8:  Landscapes
Week of June 9-15:  Money
Week of June 16-22:  Architecture
Week of June 23-29:  Canted
Week of June 30-July 6:  Summer
Week of July 7-13:  Cold
Week of July 14-20:  Glass
Week of July 21-27:  Greenery
Week of July 28-August 3:  Taking Pictures of Strangers
Week of September 29 - October 5:  Coffee
Week of October 6 - October 12:  Friends
October 13-19 - Love
October 20-26 - Sports
October 27-November 1:  Halloween

Courtney:
What is this:
Inheritance diptych

Ack.  I have no clue. 

bootsie:

--- Quote from: wyrillco on April 18, 2008, 09:29:23 AM ---What is this:
Inheritance diptych

Ack.  I have no clue. 

--- End quote ---

Here is the quote from where Toc proposed the idea...I was scared at first, but the more I've thought about it, the more I am excited about giving it a try.  :)


--- Quote ---Here's an idea for a very loose one, possibly for some time in the future, suggested by a meatspace friend of mine who's sort of following all of this:

Inheritance tracks: there's a radio show which asks a guest to do this: one track you received from your parents(' generation), one that you have passed on to the next generation.  For us, of course, this would be an image of something you'd inherited and one of something you'd passed on - concrete objects or not - posted as a diptych.
--- End quote ---

Eco Ellen:

--- Quote from: wyrillco on April 18, 2008, 09:29:23 AM ---What is this:
Inheritance diptych

Ack.  I have no clue. 

--- End quote ---

I don't even know how to pronounce it.

bootsie:
dip┬Ětych

Pronunciation:
    \ˈdip-(ˌ)tik\
Function:
    noun
Etymology:
    Late Latin diptycha, plural, from Greek, from neuter plural of diptychos folded in two, from di- + ptychē fold
Date:
    1622

1 : a 2-leaved hinged tablet folding together to protect writing on its waxed surfaces 2 : a picture or series of pictures (as an altarpiece) painted or carved on two hinged tablets 3 : a work made up of two matching parts

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