Here I introduce an oldie but a goodie, my beloved SX-70. Sadly, I had to sell it and did so on Etsy (my new favorite way to sell on the internet!). Luckily for me, I have a good “user” in my black and tan one that I just did a leather replacement on (to be featured in a future blog post, but you can go to my YouTube channel to see what I’ve uploaded so far).
Have a busy weekend coming up. Tonight from 6-9pm I will be at East Village Uncorked in Pompano Beach, FL. This is a fun and free event with wine tastings, food vendors, and a chance to get acquainted with numerous local vendors in the East Village Shops. Of course, you can also peruse the local vendors wares such as myself 😉
I will have a table there selling my photography and have printed up many new images for the occasion. I have added many new images to my transportation (cars, specifically), music and “Japanese Inspiration” sections.
On Sunday, June 5, I will be attending a benefit. It is to fund a new music program under the Dan Marino Foundation named in the honor of local music supporter Jimmy Pagano who sadly lost his life a few weeks ago. It is the Jimmy Pagano Memorial Tribute & Benefit and I am donating a framed “Row of Resonators” to the raffle for the fund. So, come on by and know that you are contributing to a great cause!
I had mentioned this wonderful city in a previous post here. Well, once again, in my “better late than never” fashion, I have found yet more images that I have deemed worthy of publication on my website. I had uploaded them to my facebook page album here and am getting them posted on my website now.
Several of these images are quintessential New Orleans to me.
This was shot on one of the days we were walking around the French Quarter. I thought being a balcony with beads on it made it a perfect New Orleans vignette.
We stayed out in the Garden District so we walked around there a good bit also. This is one of many incredible doorways we saw in the area.
Of course we had to try a Muffaletta from the Central Grocery in the French Market section of the Quarter, so we had a nice walk in that area. I thought this had a nice juxtaposition of the American flag and the Natchez life saver.
It just serves as a reminder that I need to get back there…I truly do miss this wonderful city.