Tonight, perhaps for the first night in a while, I managed to stay home mostly, save for a jot to the market. It let me knock-off the last bits of several library books that I'd been lingering on, but that are now due to return to their many homes across the state:
- Masahisa Fukase: The Solitude of Ravens
- Robert Adams: From the Missouri West
- Robert Adams: What We Bought
- Dianne Arbus: Magazine Work
- Andre Kertesz: Diary of Light 1912-1985
- Terry Hope: Fine Art Photography: Creatring Beautiful Images for Sale and Display
- Kathryn Marx: Photography for the Art Market
- Harry Benson: Harry Benson's America
- Michael Kenna: Night Work
- Michael Kenna: Calais Lace
All photo books, heh I didn't actually expect that this time 'round. And most all of them books I've had out before. Guess I just needed the company of old friends.
A few nights back I purchased Seligman's Authentic Happiness and even signed up for his web program but so far I haven't had time to even start on authentic happiness, just my usual ad-hoc franken-happiness.