Manjari Sharma’s images of people in her shower are really compelling. There’s no exposed bits, so don’t worry about that.
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I went through a phase in college where I read a lot of Shakespeare’s plays. I always thought that Lear was one of my favorites, but I’d never seen it performed. I just watched the ’71 movie with Paul Scofield, and found the whole thing surprisingly slow and overly arty (to say nothing of overly [...]
I headed downtown to check out the soapbox derby. It was CRAZY crowded. I heard one estimate of 100,000 people, and I’d bet good money that about 90 percent of them were all within about 1 square foot of where I was. There were plenty of crazy cars and costumes to make pictures of.
Posted in Music on Aug 18th, 2009
Finally saw Elvis in concert. Finally saw a concert at the Greek. That crosses two off my life list. It was a fun show, but a very weird encore. It seems like the encore may have been longer than the show itself with a few song choices that seemed to kill the show’s momentum. It [...]
I took a drive through Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks making pictures of soaring vistas, tall trees, playful wildlife and deep, dark caves.
I’m 20 minutes into NBC’s new Merlin series, and WOW have they taken some strange liberties with the story. I’m trying to get past it. The story is the teller’s to tell, and if they want to mix it up, that could be interesting. Still, if you’re going to scramble the mythology that much, why [...]
Man, after reading about how 30 ROCK is a rip-off of THE MUPPET SHOW!, I don’t think I’m ever going to be able to see the show the same way again. http://bloglynch.blogspot.com/2009/06/30-rock-is-rip-off-of-muppet-show.html
I can’t seem to stop listening to “Great Expectations” by The Gaslight Anthem. I don’t know why. I mean it’s not horrible, but it’s not great by any stretch. From the corny fake record pops that a billion bands have done better (which isn’t saying much) to the forced lyrics, the whole thing feels kind [...]
I headed over to Olvera Street today to photograph the annual Blessing of the Animals. There were a lot of little animals in a lot of little costumes. The procession went on for over an hour.
Redondo Beach put on a kite festival, so I went to make some photographs of kites. It was kind of interesting seeing all of the different kinds and colors of kites.