Monday Missive — September 27, 2021


“We all have different gifts, so we all have different ways of saying to the world who we are.” — Fred Rogers

“. . . being an artist means you’ll always be a little insecure and a little unsure because you don’t know where you’re going a lot of the time — every act of creation is new.” — Etal Adnan

“They thought I was a surrealist, but I wasn’t. I never painted dreams. I painted my own reality.” -– Frida Kahlo

Photoessays/Bodies of Work
– Vanishing Cuba
– Osamu James Nakagawa: the Cycle of Life

– More ways to crop than you probably know

– Tom Heaton: Fog, mist and inspiration in the Lake Country
– Nature photography

Images from the Charles Steet Promenade this Saturday

It isn’t everyday that you can stand in the middle of Charles St. to take a picture.

The weather was very pleasant, but a seat in the shade while waiting for friends was also very nice.

There was some great music.

A geat day to see the sights of Mount Vernon.

After a while your feet could get tired and it was nice to just sit and watch.

To keep us all safe, some areas were off limits to cars.

A great day in Baltimore with some friends.

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4 Responses to Monday Missive — September 27, 2021

  1. Sandy Nichols says:

    It’s fun to see what you captured at the Charles Street Promenade! I haven’t gone though mine yet, but it will be interesting to see differences/similarities in our perspectives. You know I love the one of the person looking at his phone while sitting on the steps – one perspective I didn’t capture and wish I had.

    • Rich says:

      Thanks for commenting. I tried to make a bit of a story about it, although I didn’t think of that while I was shooting. Quite a bit out of practice as I have mostly been doing nature for the last year or so, but it was fun, so thanks again for getting us together. I am looking forward to our meeting in October.

  2. Diane Bovenkamp says:

    Nice street photography. Quotes are inspirational , too.

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