Sketched while watching No Direction Home.
A few weeks ago, at Gramma Hickey’s memorial sevice, I took this shot. I like it b/c Mimi caught me trying to catch everyone off-gaurd. Mimi is a photographer, so it felt like a shared moment between two photographers who know the tricks and the tactics. Takes one to know one.
I put up a bunch of new photos, like this one, of a painting I saw. It’s grafitti style of grafitti, on canvas. In addition to putting up a lot of photos and starting some sets, I made a lot of the not-so-spectacular pics private, so that you won’t have to wade through all the pics of my dog.
I just love how easy flickr makes posting big photos. Here’s one I took back in DC as I was crossing the a foggy briges late at night. I turned around and zoomed in through the back window and got this picture of the tire on the back of the car with the earie bridge lights behind it.
Could it be true? After a day or three of waiting to switch over to my wordpress setup, I got the plugins to work and can post audio and a photo. Now all I need is to have this much text beside each photo. If it weren’t here, all the formating would be screwed up. Even though this is a pretty small picture, it takes more text than I often post. I guess I’m heavier on the images and sounds than the text, which is why this seems more and more like a wordpress.