The Southern Photographer (aka John N. Wall, see image above) is taking a sabbatical. Professional work demands are crowding in while the subject of Southern photography continues to expand in scope and variety.
As some of you know, I have a day job as a professor of English literature at NC State University.
We've been funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities to recreate through digital modeling the look and sound of worship in St Paul's Cathedral in London in the 1620's. We are recreating a part of London that was totally destroyed by the Great Fire of London in 1666.
Here is a preliminary example of the kind of thing we are trying to produce.
You can see more if you go here: vpcp.chass.ncsu.edu
Our grant runs out at the end of this year, and there is till much to do. I'm not doing anyone any favors by trying to fit in work on this blog along with trying to meet deadlines with this multi-year project.
So, after 8 years, 833 blog entries, 163 loyal followers, and 530,676 pageviews, we take a pause.