Friday, February 15, 2008

    

"To our loyal viewers, we are sad to say that Sky will not be able to post to our journal for a little while due to personal reasons. We love this little project and we hope you do to! Some days, volunteers from our friends and family will create images in Sky's place. We would also welcome anyone of you who would like to participate as a generous gift to Sky, and to myself. Donate one day, a week, or a month to keep our beautiful journal alive until Sky returns. Email us at seaandsky1@gmail.com. Thank you!"

5 comments:

Alicia A. said...

Oh, I hope everything is ok!

One Love Photo said...

How would one contribute if one wanted to???

Sea said...

~One Love~ we'd like to keep posting diptychs so I need images to pair with my own. You could volunteer to shoot an image for S&S on a given day, for a given week, or just one here and there when you think of it. Each day that we post for the next little while will mean that someone, somewhere, donated the photo on the right to fill in for Sky. Thanks for asking, Sea

wingpig said...

My external hard drive overfloweth: I'd like to help out even if it's not actually helping as such. Give me a shout if you need a picture for any particular day. All the best...

Croz said...

Let me know if and when you need an image.. you can email me at crausby@tiscali.de anytime.. best wishes.. and we're thinking about you Sky..

Sea = M = Left / Sky = Gilly = Right

Sea and Sky
Sea and Sky is a collaborative photography project and journal. Sea is M from Seattle, WA and Sky is Gilly from northern England. We have never met in real life but met and have been photo-journaling on a photo community site since 2006. In October, 2007, we decided to form our own journal, with side-by-side images comparing and contrasting our days lived far apart. There are no rules and we will not normally coordinate what we shoot. We may not even post every day as we’d like to enjoy the freedom and flexibility of making our own work. It’s an organic and free-form journal of our lives as they unfold.
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