Ailsa wanted to make a little NOISE! this week. I am on a journey through the past. This is one place we meet. The photograph is from 9-15-11.
This shot looks like a nice, quiet, pastoral NYC scene. If you have ever been at a Middle School girls soccer match- especially the warm up…you know it wasn’t.
Here are some more views starting off with The Queens Of Noise!
Since Abigail headed off to college I have, for no apparent reason, decided that it is time to edit and organize the pre-digital photos that I took from the time I met Katherine until 2006 when I completed the digital transition.
I can be an idiot sometimes.
One of the hardest parts of doing this is that, as those of you of a certain age will recall, at a certain point photo labs started a…
“Nobody realizes that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal.”
“One love, one heart, one destiny.”
This time I thought I would iPhone it. The first three shots are from a fascinating opening I went to tonight. The show is called the“Bronx Artist Documentary Project“.
This weeks photo challenge is Humanity. Lots of ways to go there. Going to start quietly and see what comes up during the week.
Other views of humanity:
Katherine and I went to the The New Museum on Sunday to see the “Here and Elsewhere, a major exhibition of contemporary art from and about the Arab world.”
It is an extraordinary exhibit especially for anyone who believes that there is anything resembling a monolithic view in the culture of the Arab world in the 21st Century. On first view I particularly appreciated the work of Hashem El Madani;
You can still make it to this event at the New England Mobile Book Fair
My friend Andra Watkins says:” If you’ve convinced any members of your Boston area family/friends to read To Live Forever, I’m having an event at New England Mobile Book Fair tonight, September 10, at 7pm. I’ll talk about my Natchez Trace walk and show photos, and we’ll have drinks and nibbles, plus I can sign books for…