Finally was able to shoot "The Door." This door was found at a local flea market. It weighs a ton. When we brought it home, it was water logged, but now is all dried out. The sign was a "miracle' find. I have never seen one like this before and was really excited over discovering it. It took some negotiating to purchase it, but mission accomplished.
Finally, have enough images there to start things rolling and will be adding more. Am looking forward to using this site to report upcoming events, etc., as well as develop one-on-one contacts with galleries and clients. Have to have a website for promoting book soon too. Lots of work, but well worth the effort.
Oh such fun--I love Illuminated Manuscripts and woodcut prints. Have had these letters for years waiting to play with them. Today's the day! I am cleaning up these early block letters. This is like being a kid again because I am coloring! Yea!
Bob is recuperating nicely after surgery. Now I can return to photography and give it my full (or almost full) attention. Saturday's outing was like picking up a camera for the first time. It took a while for the "how to's" of photography to return. Amazing, time away from shooting or processing can make a huge difference. It is so important to shoot as often as possible...preferably every day.
Special People: Photographers, Artists and Writers
Maya Angelou-Poet, Author
Richard Sharabura-Author, Photographer
The Arte y Pico Award
Thanks to Judith Heartsong. The Arte y Pico Award was created "to be given to bloggers who inspire others with their creative energy and their talents, be it writing or artwork in all medias" and is given to bloggers who merit recognition for their creative efforts.
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