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Thank you for sharing Brooks. Your generosity, artistic vision and spirit are inspiring.

Your capture of the fog is amazing. It has been a very foggy summer on the coast of Maine. It ain't that easy to capture it in the camera! I hope that you will share some of your techniques with us.

Thank you!

karla bernstein

I am enjoing your chapbook/Sketches series a great deal and have shared your ideas of presenting your photos in a variety of formats with my photography friends as well as with friends who use other artistic mediums. Your creations and ideas have sparked great conversations!!!

I recently viewed your Fog in the Hills and Ait project as a PDF. I had ideas of using works of poetry with my photos but wondered about obtaining author/estate permission to do so. How did you handle this issue with your use of the Dickens' material? Thanks, Karla Bernstein


Dickens is long, long into the public domain. Essentially, anything published before 1923 you can use in any way you want. After that, copyright issues will definitely come into play.

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