March 30, 2011 § 1 Comment
Seattle Cannabis Journal has welcomed local photographer Knottyy to its pages. The great afternoon of good smoke & friendly conversation that was the Farmer’s Market write-up demanded a second collaboration. It was decided an afternoon documenting multiple grows from a single gardener would be just the thing.
We hope you enjoy this project, as it was truly a pleasure to create.
We pegged Diesel as the first course. The foundation laid down by this smoke was a great jumping off point for both Kush and Rainbow. Given our day’s task we tread lightly when using the water pipe. These hits still provided a trace of the glowing excitement and focus that began guiding our conversation.
It was not hard to discern an astringent leaning cedar kept earthy by deep spice. A nostalgic scent, but not necessarily the robust fuel we expected from the Diesel family-this was a more nuanced approach. The second exhale had a lip-smacking finish with great sustain on the palette, leaving ample time to pick it apart. A second toke locked in cedar, but pulled detail out of the spice. I detected cocoa.
Ten minutes after a few tokes in place, we were hard at work. Knottyy manned the photo area while I frantically scribbled notes on smell and dictated his occasional observations. The conversation pin-balled from our feelings on taste, sensory experience, and future collaboration. Throughout the buzz this multiple trajectory conversation was easy to keep up and productive. Knotty found that a few well-timed bowls could extend the peak, which eventually tapers into a soft glow with no hang-over.
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