Thursday, February 02, 2012

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Anita Jesse said...

What a precious moment you captured. The intimacy is wonderful and you can feel the love radiating out of that frame.

Speaking of frames, you must have every flat surface in the house covered with pictures already. How could you not when you make pictures such as this?

Gordon McGregor said...

sadly not Anita, most all the walls are blank and waiting.


Paradox of choice

Observed in many cases is the paradox that more choices may lead to a poorer decision or a failure to make a decision at all. It is sometimes theorized to be caused by analysis paralysis, real or perceived, or perhaps from rational ignorance. A number of researchers including Sheena S. Iyengar and Mark R. Lepper have published studies on this phenomenon.[4] This analysis was popularized by Barry Schwartz in his 2004 book, The Paradox of Choice.

Anita Jesse said...

I am quite familiar with analysis paralysis. It is a seductive trap for me. When I have a camera in my hand, it is a void calling to me to take just one more step forward.

I hope you break free, soon, and find a flexible method for displaying some of your beautiful work. Even if it is a clothesline with smallish prints clipped to it. Any system for getting these up to be enjoyed.