Tuesday, 3 March 2015

261 : Etched In Acidic Metadata

One of the great delights of digital photography is not simply that you can capture a moment in time but the details of the capture are recorded forever, carved in digital stone, etched in acidic metadata. This photograph was taken by me at 15.58 on the 13th April 2005 in Budapest. Ten years on, is this girl still sending postcards home?

1 comment:

ChrisJ said...

Re your comment on my blog and hearing the birds after your implant, I have to say that even though I do a lot of bird watching there have been years when the house finches nesting close to the house become almost a nuisance in the spring. Some can be so LOUD and persistent.