Tap tap tap..is this thing on?
It’s been so long, I don’t know if anyone is still hanging around. If so, I am planning on posting a lot more regularly — my brother and I started a new project, this time weekly and focusing on different themes. Last week was self-portrait (deeply uncomfortable for me). This week is traditional landscape. The one I chose is at the new space, the ones that I love and couldn’t let go are here:
There used to be what looked to be a construction site on this field, which led me to think a mega-church would be built here. The project seems to have been abandoned and now it is a hay field (at least this season it is). Seems more appropriate, actually.
My two favorite photos from my niece’s graduation:
Imani and her grandpa
Imani and her brother, Jamaal
It’s kind of hard to take photos in Washington DC and not be cliched, I mean it must be one of the more photographed cities in the world (at least parts of it).
You know how everyone gets pictures taken in front of monuments? Here is the picture before that picture.
And here is that picture.
Washington Memorial in scaffolding. It kind of looks Saran-wrapped to me.
Slightly closer view.
Not sure what she was interested in.
Little brown bird on a window.
Lock Keeper’s House. There used to be a canal running through the area, this is where the lock operator lived.
I’ll post a few more of these tomorrow. I also have film to develop, but I would like to finish the roll I have in camera first.
My niece, Cierra, was in a play put on by the Ypsilanti Youth Theatre (The Final Frontier. It was complete chaos, making it perfect for children.) She played a photon named Ped and a Darlek (no, not a Dalek, a Darlek). The Darlek pictures didn’t work at all, but the photon ones are pretty funny.
I hope she does more, she is a natural.