We’ve gotten a lot of great feedback from folks regarding our "Wild Adventure! Tracking the Coulton" video. (And thank you) A couple people requested copies of the "artwork" from the historical background section of the video. We’re happy to oblige.
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I don’t know if the images were transparent (ie. no background) at the start, but if not, that was some great cropping. Mostly. The Bigfoot one looks a bit blurry, maybe because it was also rotated, or maybe because I am being unnecessarily critical. Either way, this hi-resness is awesome. I keep finding myself going through the one with the map to see if the Coulton heads are spelling something out, but so far I see nothing.
Roman seems to be implying that these photos are Photoshopped! That’s an outrage! Historical documentarians like Paul and Storm would never do such a thing. The photos look genuine to me. So I will accept them as such.
I second the thanks for the hi-res goodness of the bison pic. Fantastic jorb, boys, I love it. I wish I could have a project description of “Hey, Ann, could you work on these pictures of a herd of Coulton in the wild when you get a chance?” Maybe I’ll have to start putting P&S references in all my jobs that go to print to entertain myself. So very tempting…
@Jack: if you saw it on the internet, it must be true, thus these pictures may and should be referenced in scholarly discussions.
@Jack – Hodgman said that Coulton was a feral mountain man in the mountains of Southern Connecticut. Since Hodgman wrote a book, there is no way he can be a liar. Thus, I will accept Hodgman’s explination, while not totally ruling out Paul and Storms, but I do think writing a book definitely helps credibility.
Please note that *Hodgman’s* Coulton came from Southern CT. He is one of a few, and once was one of many.