The father of photojournalism that believed in no-flash photography, and another who was hard-hitting and wanted to capture the harshness of humanity: Henri Cartier-Bresson and Arthur “Weegee” Fellig.
Lately, I’ve been very interested in a more vintage style of photography. I still love quality and depth of field with beautiful buxom and burly bokeh!!…. but making a photo look dated, is somehow, desirable to my eyes right now. I like the way it feels.
On a surprise Bridal Shower, living in Arlington and getting married 10 years after high school. Darn French class.
Just sharing a quick photo of the black pearls that Chester got me to make a huge, long, necklace for the wedding coming up in October. “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something…. Make it yourself!” That’s what I say.
I love breakfast foods. I like orange juice. Coffee is like poetry and the company you keep can make you smile! Chester and I went out to Sensing the other day in the North End and I, of course, had to document the experience in photos. It’s basically, my food diary. We don’t need to use our words, let’s just…
The Wine Riot: a weekend of wine tasting in metro Boston.