Sat 10 Mar, 2007 12:22 pm
Can I see the first one bigger?
Love those two, looking forward to more...
Thanks for commenting on mine, soz.
I'm sorry, soz. I didn't mean to hurt you.
No, I did not take that.
And I will never call you a bitch again.
You didn't even take it? How is that your diary?
Let's see if this one is bigger.....
I didn't know you had to take the photos to qualify for this thread.
<backs out with dignity>
Nice hip bones, Boomer. Perfect for keeping you balanced and upright.
I've been promising myself to keep some kind of journal but I find the habit hard to get into - everything I write down seems so trite that I just rip it up. I thought I might try doing it with images as a starting point for each entry and see what happens.
Plus, it seems my photos have gotten a bit stale and predictable and this opens the door to play a little bit.
I thought I might share some of the "quiet" parts - the images - as a way to make myself do it.
Those weren't stale and predictable at all.
They definitely had the boomer style though.
Truly, I love looking at your photos and feel extremely lucky that you share them -- they're often inspiring, in the sense of getting me to take more and more interesting pictures, but I also plain just like looking at 'em.
Thanks so much for starting this diary thread. I really love the first pic. I've seen some of your work, and this will be a thread to watch.
<smiles at artist>
More boomer pics.
Did you know how often you cross my mind during the day? That i even have silent confidence booster conversations with you sometimes before I start taking pictures of kiddos..
I too will be watching this. closely.
You are all too nice. Thank you.
I have really been enjoying the visual excercise of trying to illustrate my mood by using my camera and playing with the images in photoshop in new ways.
Would love to get more background, but interesting as something totally stand-alone.
It was a joint effort between Mo and me to illustrate the idea of "globe-trotting".