great project! i was handed kangaroo in bloomington, did not take a picture but passed it to a friend who passed it to another b-town kid who handed it back to me.. i then made my way back to salem, illinois. i was going to pass kangaroo to my mom but she took a pic before i did (#3 while still in the car--a typical scene of everyday life).. i then took a picture (#4 typical visions, a particular friend in the backyard), and then passed it along to some really cool girls in st.louis.. sorry it got all backwards!
I was captivated by a local clip joint in Chicago that was just below our hotel with the oh so catchy name of Curl Up and Dye. I think that says it all. The camera was then handed off to a friend for a photo op on the long ride home. I think this is great...I can't wait to see where my little owl friend ends up. It was hard to let him go. Farewell owl...til we meet again. -- posted by
I took a picture of a one-armed lemur in the Louisville Zoo. He was very crafty and able to climb just as well as the two-armed lemurs. I left the camera in the monkey house at the zoo. I am able to report it was picked up by an elderly couple and carried out. Hopefully they will continue to follow the directions! -- posted by
Bye bye bear. I took the first picture with this camera at the St. Etiene show because I couldn't resist. I sneakily left the camera amidst the guitar pedals after the band left the stage in the hope a member or a roadie would pick it up. We'll see! -- posted by
News: Animal-cams to be released into the wild
Sep 25, 2000
In the coming week 5 PhotoTag cams will be released into the wild. They are
frog. Susan and I put them together yesterday. -- posted by