Maybe Mia Wallace is right to say that when it comes to important subjects, there are only two ways a person can answer. There are Elvis people and and Beatles people, there are Nikon people and Canon people (but not all Elvis people are Nikon people!), there are country people and city people.
Lucky you though, because this ingenious blog not only covers images of mountains, but of traffic cones too. When I completed the Mountain Project a couple of weeks ago, that was actually the first of three books I want to make over the course of about a year. “What It Is Like To Be A Traffic Cone” will result in book number two. I’ve been doing this traffic cone thing for a number of years, and the project is now almost ripe for a book of its own.
Book number three is giving me lots of headaches at the moment. The working title is “Pax Americana”. I do not have enough strong images at this point, and this isn’t helped by the fact that, right now, I’m basically without a camera. Being a decent person, I have divorced my Canon gear before committing to a new setup. More on that in the coming weeks.