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rodrigo sarrat-cave

I started a blog in 2008 as a way to share stories with family and friends while visiting Chile for a family reunion. That blog died of natural causes after my return home but I was intrigued by the concept of blogging. Sharing stories and images seemed like a good idea so "still capture the minutes I'm in" was launched in 2010. It holds humane stories -a visit to Ground Zero, facing selfishness, falling in love. It dabbles in the mundane - the beauty of gardens, endless rain, home improvement. It giggles at the inane- learning to cook, aging, the top ten list. It examines the arcane- whaling culture, gentrification, Bob Dylan. It touches on the insane- Andreas Gursky's photographs, consumerism, the end of the world. The blog also discusses photography from many different perspectives. From a conversation between an intoxicated Ansel Adams and Stephen Shore, to the proliferation of phone cameras. Each story is illustrated with a photograph, painstakingly created to hopefully tickle your optical nerve. The blog is updated once a month-ish, striving for quality rather than quantity. Click on the banner below and have a peek.

The latest blog update contains a story tittled "Wire to Wire" and examines the chase for biggest prize in thoroughbred racing , the Triple Crown. It has been said that it is one of the most difficult accomplishments in sport. I hope you enjoy it.

© R.Sarrat-Cave.  Please don't steal my images,  if you'd like to use them...ask. Don't take what doesn't belong to you. Do what your mama taught you. If she didn't , seek help. You need it.