Richard Tuchman's images are on sale at Photo-Eye Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico. You can buy one from them online (link). You can get an 18 x 24 for $750 or a 24 x 35 for $1,250. My birthday is coming up. Just sayin'.
But I will match or beat those prices with images of my own. Or do you think I should send the Photo-Eye Gallery some of my prints and see what they have to say?
Or would you rather me just hang myself now?
I'm on a buying spree. I just bought a 24mm lens for my Nikon digital camera for $42 on eBay. I'm buying all the cheap shit I can find. I used to shoot everything with a 24mm lens, so I thought I might begin again. Start cheap.
But I'm finding out that if you don't have a studio, you need light to make pictures. That was no problems with the strobes in the studio, but now, after work, after the gym, the sun is going, going, gone, so I am stuck putting on my pajamas and making dinner. How am I to work and make pictures, too, without a studio? A working man ain't got no bloody chance.
As I write, I hear a big animal crawling under my house. Or maybe its a rat going up the wall. I am not pleased and am in a killing mood. I have the Golden Malrin solution in mind, though. Yes, it is evil, but I know what to do.
Being practical, I have two tree guys coming tomorrow to give me prices. The maids come in between. It is time to get things done. I have had a recommendation on a pressure washing fellow, too. Then the painting. After that, the deck. I want the house back together and beautiful before spring. There is still a roof to (not) think about.
My camera will be here soon. My beater lens, too. I must think about new projects. I must think about my time.
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