There always seems to be more good photographs than wall space. Fortunately, I have the Square Peg Weekly Blog to exhibit more photographs from the Hastings Building. When old buildings were converted from stoves to central heat, something had to be done with the flue – thus the flue plug. At one time someone hung a picture over the plug (and didn’t remove the nail in the wall when they left) and then someone decided a bucolic landscape would be better than a blank piece of tin. I came along decades later and made a photograph. Photographers have it the easiest, I think, because we can come along decades after the fact, arrange all the previous efforts of artists and craftsmen and claim the result as our own.