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Looking at old photos as a starting place

It's the morning after I got here. I, I'm not immediately pulling out my camera and running around starting shooting. I gotta kind of, in one way, separate myself from the place so that I can see it, and at the same time go really far into it so I can feel it and remember it. It's a, it's a strange process. And so I think what I'm going to do, to start with, is just sit down and talk to my parents. I had this idea that they've got a bunch of old pictures. We should start looking through there, because that's probably going to jog my memory, and really settle me into the place.

This covers such a huge span of my life, that I have lots of memories from different stages. I don't know which ones I'm interested in, or what it's possible to explore or record. And so we built this deck, and, and we had two electric drill guns, but we were spacing it with a pencil. So I would take the pencil and screw mine down, and I'd throw him the pencil, and he do that. And we went ...

Looking at old photos as a starting place
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