Monday, July 16, 2012
Think of each one as a 100-watt light bulb, and not the energy saving ones either
Although we've had a much warmer -- and drier -- summer than usual, it's always hot during the Art Fair on the Square. Mid-nineties temps are nothing unusual during this mid-July weekend in Madison. Something about the cognitive state associated with spending an hour or two in the hot sun walking the burning pavement and hovering on the verge of heat stroke seems to make people prone to buying art, since this is one of the country's larger and more financially successful art fairs. It's already hot out there, but each human being radiates about as much heat as a 100-watt light bulb. When they're packed in close together, that adds up.
4-exposure iPhone/Autostitch photo mosaic.