We look at others’ creative efforts and imagine they just sprung up, for better or worse, like Athena from Zeus’ head. They don't seem like products of a complex interaction of human labor, thought, and intuition. They just seem like more things in the world for us to have opinions about.
The real surprise is, after enough time passes, we start to look at our own efforts that way, too.
10 Best of 2014
January: Wyoming and the Open
February: New Mexico and the Holes
Notes on The Accounts