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    Have this above my computer at home

    Shot this about three years ago with my Leica M3 and I think Plus X or FP4, can't remember the film but Elevator made the fibre print before I started printing myself.
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    I am amazed at the answers to this post. I speak English but did not understand what it was about. What am I missing?

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    Norman, for most people the desk is where they spend their working day. The question of what is hanging over it is to show what personal item keeps a person attached to himself or his life aesthetic. A lot of times what hangs over a desk is somewhat random, though still from synchronicity does have some relevance. The difference in perspective comes from some relating to a desk that is in a creative space and some from a desk that is in a necessitated work environment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 23mjm View Post
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    Took the words right outta' my mouth!
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    Books, Books, and more books (I'm a College Prof). Also some of my prints (colour and B&W, 8X10 to 16X20). Letters and cards from students, including a collage of students at a grad party. The students made the collage, signed it and gave it to me in the last class of the semester. I also have some wood carvings from northern Ontario (Webeque, Landsdowne House, Summer Beaver). My semester schedule is also on the wall next to my desk so I know where the hell I'm going every day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Black View Post
    I'm in the same situation as Mark, or perhaps even worse! We just moved to a new office a few months back and are hot-desking
    We've been told we are moving, to a 'new and exciting development' (ie souless concrete slab) and hot desking will be implemented, with not enough desks for the number of people. It's going to be like a huge game of musical chairs, presumably those who arrive too late will hover behind their seated colleagues ready to pounce if one of them goes to the bog.

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    I do most of my work at home. The study is also the dry side of the darkroom. The wet side is in an adjacent bathroom. So there's a Thomas Duplex safelight hanging over my desk, among other things.

    Since the desk and the darkroom are in such close proximity, it's fairly easy to shoot a quick 4x5", attached, and process it instantly.
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    I have an AA print over my desk.... and one by Jorge to the side.
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    On and around the desk, and on every surface in my study, is all sorts of 'stuff', but actually over the desk there's just a calendar of Japanese folding screens my dad gave me last year, and a small framed reproduction of a Rembrandt drawing of a wild boar in red chalk.

    However, I'm not writing this at my desk, but at my dad's as I'm visiting for Christmas. Over his desk hang three framed pictures: an abstract etching, a reproduction of an illuminated manuscript and, rather gratifyingly, a cyanotype diptych of mine that I gave him for Christmas.

    (Of course, he can always take it down after I've gone back home!)


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