Archive for the ‘photography’ category

Scenes from January

February 7, 2013

I’ve decided to keep better track of my life and what’s happening in it.  Here’s the news from January:

Helping a friend with her project.

Helping a friend with her project.

Broken or dancing?

Broken or dancing?

January brought some rather cold weather.  Not that I captured the really cold days.

January brought some rather cold weather. Not that I captured the really cold days.

Art on the move.

Art on the move.

Editor’s note:  If you’d like to see the art glimpsed in this post check out the exhibit.

Precious Moment

January 7, 2013

The other day I spent the morning helping a friend with an art project. She needed to smash several Precious Moments figurines and I helped her capture the excitement. Here’s some of the set-up:

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Before.

One tiny Statue of Liberty.

One tiny Statue of Liberty.

During.

During.

After.

After.

I’ll not give anything away, as this is not my project, I was just the assistant. I assure you my friend has nothing against Precious Moments nor the people who collect them.  I promise to  update everyone once the show is up and running at the end of the month.

Needless to say I have many more pictures like this one:

Next in line.

Next in line.

Mount Rushmore

May 1, 2012

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The Fabulous Thunderbirds at the Sioux Falls Jazz Fest

July 16, 2011

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New page added to Hoagyland!

June 23, 2011

I’ve been hard at work adding a page to Hoagyland that links the song title used in the post back to the photo.  Now you can search by song title.  Check it out! 

A rare photo of Tina hanging out with Hoagy.

The 44’s and Los Fabulocos

June 8, 2011

More photos from my adventures at the Simi Valley Cajun and Blues FestivalThe 44’s kicked off the festival on the blues stage, where Kid Ramos sat in for a song or two, followed by Los Fabulocos featuring Kid Ramos. Here’s my version of what happened:

Photos from Simi Valley

June 6, 2011

Memorial Day weekend had me in southern California at the Simi Valley Cajun and Blues Festival.  As usual I took lots of pics.  Here’s a slideshow from the Lester Butler Tribute Band with Big Pete and the rest of the band honoring Lester Butler.  For a review of the show or to learn more about Lester, check nofightin.com.

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