I made my exposure (I did not SHOOT it, as I was trained as a school portrait photographer). I made the exposure near the border of Sharon and South Royalton, Windsor County, Vermont. In the exposure I made a self portrait with the largest single largest continuous shaft of polished granite in the world, which is the Joseph Smith Birthplace Memorial. The shaft is 33.5 feet tall, one foot for every year of the Prophet Joseph Smith's life. There is a crack in it where it was struck by lightning. This is a major pilgrimage site for those belonging to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, of which I belong.
I handed the phototag camera on a whim to a stranger on my voyage to Minnesota to visit my in-laws. She seemed really cool, and we talked a lot about life, our plans, and our interests. She was totally stoked to get this camera from me. She makes leather accessories in Los Angeles and plays the guitar.
I think phototag is a great idea. I hope that the Elk comes back soon. Elk are good eating. Bon Appetit!
Jeremy Robert Furbish
FSP - MN2NH2004