Rea wrote: “You should add a paragraph of P names so if P Mason Googles himself he might find this post… You can also hide the text I bet or colour it white if you don’t want a big long obvious list of names on your blog. Good luck with the search! “
I think this is a great idea. In fact, it’s crossed my mind. The reason it crossed my mind, of course, was because I wondered if doing a google search for a P. Mason would be adequate. So…I am going to include some possibilities here and then perhaps someone will hit upon this entry when searching for their own name. (Come on now. I know you’ve done it!) Who’s to say that P. Mason is male? I immediately made the assumption that because of the content and the approach, this was a MAN’S photograph. Not necessarily. It made sense that I began with P. and then Peter. Actually, I began with P. Mason and the word photography….then, expanded to Peter.
I don’t believe it to be Paul Mason’s work. There is a little snow in Peter Mason’s portfolio! It struck me that Peter Mason, the photographer (another one), was achieving an entirely different style from this…am I wrong?
hmmm…apart from the word, PESTO, nothing is coming to mind right now…
Pete Mason (oh dear, I’m back to that again…) I’m wondering why Rea would suggest that I hide a long list on my blog? White? OH! I know! Did she make this suggestion because likely this is the most ridiculous series of posts I’ve ever written!? Could it be? I think I’m onto something! It feels much like a series of “Where’s Waldo?” It matters not! I’m having fun!
To offer up a context for this madness, I’m waiting for potatoes to boil. Suggestions would be welcome. P. Mason, I adore this photograph…but won’t use it as a reference for a painting until or unless I find you! And…I know that my HUGE following is wondering, “Where are you, Rea?”
Philip Mason (the potatoes are soft now…off to eat a late dinner!)