Another random video by people I don't know. Not much information, maybe there will be more later...

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Comment by chantal on March 27, 2008 at 5:03pm
"a kind of generous hedonism... encoded in the physical geography and landscape, the culture and food and people of this city. THIS is the city you came to visit."

OMG, I'm going to marry that weirdo.
Comment by chantal on March 27, 2008 at 6:36pm
Now I'm convinced it's some kind of underground marketing effort by ACVB.
Comment by Kelsey D. Atherton on March 27, 2008 at 7:20pm
I'm digging the chalice necklace (is that a chalice necklace? I think it's a chalice necklace.)
Comment by nmmtnmama on March 28, 2008 at 1:08pm
Love the enthusiasm! A little Google work finds the name Samuel Taylor and leads to his site. He is a very talented and busy young man who has moved away to follow his dreams, but still has lots of love for Albuquerque. (I suggest you type "Albuquerque" into the search box on his site.) I've only had time to skim the surface, but I'm already hoping he finds his way back some day to add his talents to the city's riches!
Comment by chantal on March 28, 2008 at 1:15pm
Nice work!

He's got some lovely pictures of the railyards -- "what can only be described as one of the world’s most beautiful places" -- on his Flickr page.
Comment by nmmtnmama on March 28, 2008 at 1:30pm
"Katy and Kelley came to visit, friends from college. It was incredible, and the word of the day: l’chaim! Katy sort of saved my sanity last summer, and I was glad to get to show them around the town I’ve been talking such big game about for so long now."
Comment by Spring Griffin on March 28, 2008 at 7:27pm
A quote from his blog:

'We live in a broken world, and if we are to make meaningful art, it must be broken, too, because how a thing is constructed says as much about the world as what it says.'

I'm not surprised he finds the rail yard beautiful-I have to say I agree. What a groovy guy.
Comment by chantal on March 28, 2008 at 10:08pm
ImaginarySamuel responds!

I emailed him today to say we'd been writing about his video and he mailed me back saying this:

"That is so funny. I youtubed that thing in order to slip it into a blog post of mine ( Perhaps someday an essay on the metaphysical meaning of Albuquerque will come forth, but in some ways I hate to pin it down in writing. But everybody from there seems to know what I'm talking about.

Anyhow. I'm glad you found me. I guess I am a weirdo; I'm unapologetically fanatical about life. Blame the chile."

Love right back at 'ya, ImaginarySamual.


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