These date from 2003 and 2004. I read a blog post about a photographer who was scanning flowers and how this was revolutionary. Well, not so much. In 1978 I went to Eastman House in Rochester. Their gallery had a show of electro copier art. It was one of the most exciting art shows I have ever seen. Color copiers had just come out and their colors could be a little weird. Something that was used creatively. People were laying items of the glass and copying them to create images. It was somewhat controversial since some didn't see that as photography but the electro copier was just a different kind of camera. A scanner was pretty much the same thing. So I grabbed some gladiolus flowers, given to me by Dame Edna, and plopped them on the scanner and scanned. Much to my surprised I really liked the results. Then I went to the windowsill and found a dead mayfly and it looked great scanned. I did a whole series on dead bugs. I just found those files on some CDRs. Many scans to come.