Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Giving In

Took this from the window of a trolley on a cold Detroit City Day.  I like Detroit, but I would be tempted to shoot heroin, too, if I lived in the midwest.  Bleak, man. Bleak.

Should I use up all my photos here?  It is not like they are great.  Just stuff I shot.  That's the way I feel now when I look at them.

I gave in tonight and agreed to some Christmas.  I put on Pandora's "Hipster Holidays."  Instant nostalgia for a few years ago.  Try it.  It will put you in a mood.  I want a no-pressure holiday without worry.  Cocktails.  Food.  Friends and family.  Gift-free, so to speak.

This picture freaks me out a bit.  See the woman's face in the store window?  I don't know where that is coming from.  It may be a reflection from inside the train.  I just don't know.

I am off for the next six days.  Thanksgiving at my house.  Drinks in the late morning/early afternoon if you want to come.  Outside.  Then dinner.

The next day is a Xmas tree farm with Ili's family.

But I want to make pictures.  I want to shoot and shoot and shoot.

Just got a call back from the framers.  The small Chatham print--22"x24"--will cost between $700 and $900 based upon which of the two frames I choose.  Remember yesterday's rant about people who are too cheap to frame things properly?  Holy shit.  I still have two 45" prints to frame.

Looks like I'll be making frames out of sticks.

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