The reason the dinosaurs died out was partly due to their inability to adapt to changes in their environment. Not wanting to follow in their footsteps, Pixel Harbor and Barnes Gallery are starting our move to the Tahoe area in Nevada. We have found real delight during our 10 years working in Santa Fe, New Mexico but we’re ready for a change in scenery and altitude. We don’t know the details where we’ll be settling yet, and will spend the summer working them out.
Pixel Harbor and BGB • Barnes Gallery Blog will both be taking a summer hiatus. I’ve decided to give myself the time to make it through the move and relocation, which I think will mean that you won’t see much of me here this summer, although I may not be able to resist the urge to toss up another astounding bit of the good stuff for your enjoyment from time to time.
Many of you help make this blog what it is by contributing links and whole articles. Please continue to send your best gems to Robert@PixelHarbor.com There are about 300 of you who regularly visit this blog each week. You are invited to write me directly and I’ll save them up for the future. Your feedback is always encouraged and welcome.
Have a great summer, and I hope to see you online in the fall. — Robert Barnes