I love the holidays just like anybody else: Christmas, New Years, New Years One, New Years Two, Chinese New Year, Kwanzaa, Diwali… Invariably, I get hundreds of holiday cards. I very rarely get a card that totally turns me on. Mr. Sam Garcia sent this card and I absolutely love it, my partner JoAnne absolutely loves it, and my studio manager absolutely loves it. Okay, enough love – I am going to share his holiday spirit with you. I’m not even going to show you my card this year. Great job Sam!
Everybody knows about Murphy, my god, yesterday was Saint Patty’s day, Murphy was all over the place. When you combine Murphy with a senior moment (even though I’m an adolescent immature senior), you come up with Oh my God I forgot. I wrote a beautiful note to Terri on the quality of her photographs but forgot to post them on the blog, consider them now posted. Terri you have my apologies.
Thank God! No photos of me… that’s good. Ira, I had a great time too.
Thanks, Joe D.
I want to thank you for hosting a great day in Chinatown. Scoring a press pass and shooting inside the barricades was an incredible experience, and I had a blast.
You said at the start of the day to try to take 3 photos that we would not typically shoot. Here are 3 that I shot today that I have never come close to achieving before now. Thanks for the inspiration and the access.
I don’t know who said it first, but I believe the quote goes something like this, “I’d rather be lucky then great”… something like that. Well, last Sunday Chinese New Year, the year of the sheep, ten photographers got very lucky. Sub-zero weather sky rocketed up to 40 degrees. My God, a Spring Day! One of the photographers was Sandra Flickstein, she was with me on a few of the workshops and certainly did a good job at Chinese Year. Kick back with a cup of coffee…or a glass of wine, and enjoy her photos, I certainly have.