Unfortunately, like so many of his ideas, it was quickly lost to the dark corners of his mind, having been replaced by the promise of more interesting things: vacuums, bacon and naps.
Taken with a Hasselblad 500 C/M.
(I love this image... not just Miles, or the pose. I also love the details in the hand, the fine focus of the lightbulb, hand and sleeve, the grain of the sand in the foreground, the general grain and tone of the film... which in this case, is Acros 100, a very contrasty film. I didn't think it would work well for this kind of portrait... it surprised me.)