Sorry I haven't had the time to update this. Mental note: Upload an image every day if possible. The parental units were in town this weekend with my older brother and his wife. Had dinner at Fuddrucker's (extremely cruisy with lots of straight daddies and their kids) and then over to the hotel for a swim in the pool. I opted not to swim and took some photos instead. MUCH more fun for me anyway. Really excited about a couple of the images. I love it when a photo really hits you right in the gut with it's beauty and or power. I rarely feel that way about my photography. My mother made the comment about the photo entitled "pool drain" that she was sorry that it didn't come out. Shows what she knows about photography. I LOVE IT! So dreamy and etherial. The other image is of my niece Kayleigh. It looks like a manipulated SX-70 print but it is a straight 600 shoot.
I go to produce an entry in my journal and it says Friday 25-Feb-2005. Wuz up with that? Cuz last time I checked it was still Thursday. Not much is going on. We were thinking we were going to get some snow but alas it rained all day long. POURED! My friend Chris lives in DC and I think they are getting pounded. Typical for those parts. Can't wait for the weekend. If I can just get through tomorrow. Going through some old work and decided to post some images.
It's President's Day and I am bushed. Worked just totally rode my ass all day long. It's a good thing I don't work in a post office... This is my first post on fotopages, some images that I shot outside of my house yesterday. I had been running errands with my partner and we were moving cars around for some odd reason. I noticed this empty can of Rosarita Re-fried Beans against the curb and also a bag wedged in front of our neighbors car that said "Don't Drive Hungry." I thought that was kind of funny being that it was wedged in front of a car tire (My sense of humor is quite odd so what I normally find amusing, others might not.) Lots of things get wedged there as he NEVER moves his car. Anyway, here are the shots that I took with my Grandfather's Polaroid 660. I was a little disappointed that you couldn't make out the verbiage on the bag in the one shot, but Polaroid's tend to be muted anyway so it doesn't really matter that much.