the Too close portrait.
Haha, awesome, Otway! Love the “too close” shot.
Throw in some HDR and it’s pretty unforgiving. I like it though and being the after the show photograph I doubt anyone would believe you hadn’t touch a cup of coffee or drink it period (chuckle). I know it was those over the top eye lashes. Love it! The Happy Lucky Duo or trio including you were great as always and Althea had a great time!
Good thing I trimmed my nose hair! Love the spirit it captures. Somehow we had a western saloon theme going with our outfits.
Nice additions Otway. Do have anything with khalima’s “Elvira” outfit, when we were doing the Munster’s theme?
We got there right when the first set was ending but Arthur said it was well documented. Looking forward to Doug’s films and hope I see the others I don’t know. I have been noticing the Elvira look from time to time. Crossroads has similar light and colors to Illumination Dance Studio which isn’t easy to shoot with out a flash. It doesn’t stop me from trying though.
Crossroads really does have sinful cupcakes, really,really good coffee, and I’m looking forward to trying the ice cream next time!
Just saw another special on Steve Jobs and am constantly inspired and touched by his story and even feel guilty I learned all of the current technology on WINDOWS.
“C’est la vie”
I often have the pleasure of seeing events posted here, and then, usually within an hour, the same event shows up on Arthur’s Facebook page, from a slightly different perspective. The experience is a bit like an extension of cubism via the internet. So, far today, Arthur has not posted any photos or videos from this event, and I’m feeling a bit lopsided as a result. Arthur may be a bit overworked, though, it being harvest time and all. In any case, WDL, etc.
We did quite a few combined movies that he is editing over the past weeks that should be interesting. So stay tuned!
Here’s one :
Althea loves this sword dance! Althea was a fire baton majorette back in the 70’s really wish I had photographs of that. This is one of Doug’s films
My sister was a fire baton majorette also.
I have seen your photos of Kalima but never saw her in action until I watched the sword dance. She is wonderful. I love the symbiosis between her add the musicians.
Aw shucks, I’m blushing now…
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1984 Computer portrait from State Fair