ALL THIS PLACE an INDEPENDENT PHOTGRAPHY MAGAZINE
Year 1, Issue 2. Summer, 2012
All This Place
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First, a thank-you goes out to everyone that has told us to improve. It is incredibly easy to make a terrible magazine that no one wants to read. You all have made my job harder and I appreciate it. This will most likely always be a part-time project for me which worries me. I don’t ever want to do a terrible job showcasing these incredible photographers. And I don’t ever want them to think I did a terrible job either. This is why we’ve made strides and improvements and have remodeled the entire structure of the magazine. This could happen every four months if that’s what it takes. Now, about those new photographers. We’ve got Jason Clark and Dave Feucht adding to the creative forces. We’re glad to have them and we hope they stay. Again, thank you for reading. To Dave, Jason, and Leland, thank you for submitting your wonderful photographs. Have a wonderful four months; see you on the last step before 2013.
Leland Scantlebury scantle.com
Leland has been around since the beginning. We found him eating lollipops riding skateboards in Venice Beach and heâ€™s followed us around ever since like a puppyâ€”that was twenty years ago. He enjoys film and the smell of new Band-Aids. Please let us know if you find a better couch for him to sleep on.
Dave Feucht pin-hole.tumblr.com
Little is known about Dave Feucht. He rides bicycles to get around sometimes, but he also drives a BMW Isetta. Dave purchased his from John DeLorean after DeLorean scrapped the body and replaced it with stainless steel. There is still cocaine embedded in the denim car seats.
Jason Clark http://500px.com/waxinandmilkin
Jason Clark took to the camera after the birth of his daughter. The two have started exploring her world together. After Jason started seeing her sense of excitement and wonder it inspired him to do the same. Jason can now be found wandering the streets of Orlando with his daughter in tow with a Nikon pressed to his face.
Poems and Stories By Anonymous Anonymity has become a widespread and occasionally encouraged facet of the Internet. Thoughts, entertainment, products, and people come and go. The following words came through the giant copper tubesâ€” through a friend of a friend. These are published with permission, but were requested to remain anonymous. -ed
One Late Night By Anonymous Everything has lost momentum. Music blends, websites become monotonous. Does the front page of Deviantart ever change? Google released a new version. Oh, and thereâ€™s a new president. When did life become linear? Accomplish one thing to do the next? I want my life to be a pool of cool spring water high in the Cascades. I want rainbow trout to swim with my friends. I want to learn new interesting things as rocks cause ripples falling into me--leaving impressions while I absorb the knowledge and wait for the next movement.
Excerpt from PostSecret “Playing Dungeons & Dragons with my High School friends was the most fun I ever had. It was better than sex. (And sex is awesome!) I’m 45.” Instead, my life is a creek--part of a watershed. A small capillary that went off on a tangent and has dead ended in a small valley. My water is filled with insects and bacteria. It’s dark with mud and silt. Sword ferns will grow close to my shore, holding my banks together. I don’t know what I want. I want the glacier to melt. To pour down the mountain. Filling every crevice and path will icy water. Purging my stagnant creek I will join the ocean, and there, I will die.
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The second issue from independent photography magazine, All This Place