Colophon

Yes, colophon … That is: col·o·phon (noun \ˈkä-lə-fən, -ˌfän\)

  1. an inscription placed at the end of a book or manuscript usually with facts relative to its production
  2. an identifying mark, emblem, or device used by a printer or a publisher

From Greek kolophōn: summit, finishing touch; perhaps akin to Latin culmen top — more at hill, first Known Use: 1501

What? Not too clear?

OK, so this place here is some sort of a portfolio to show some of my photography (and other inanities) to the world. There will be single shots, series of shots with a more or less coherent theme depending on my state of sobriety, some “real portfolio stuff” i.e. work commissioned, whatever that means and also from time to time some writing. Well, that kinds of summarize it in very brief terms. Maybe I’ll say who I am at some point later on, when I have that figured out, that is.

And to give back what I took, the font used to make the “favicon” is coming from Andrew Hart and can be found on Dafont.com.

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