My first impression is that here is a man who takes his craft seriously.
[EDIT: my second impression is "The Twin!" ]
I can't like this enough! Well put...old man down wrote: ↑Fri Jan 04, 2019 3:52 pmFirst impression?
An unsung moment, the changing of a string, and how it is completely understood if you've done it forever.
There's a brotherhood-like bond in seeing Jer do this. And an innocence to it, too: Early days.
Makes me feel as young as he looks in that photo.
There are quite a few in Rosie McGee's book Dancing With the Dead