The photo assignments can get interesting. Though there wasn't too much creativity in my composition and lighting this week. Deal with it people. You want my stuff? You got it. Shout out to Kristine, goddess of the Stuff Portrait Photography exercise. If you haven't visited her blog, get your ass over there. She's crazy with her camera and has a hellofa lot o' fun. Okay, here's my stuff. This week, with back story. Backtalk always welcome.
magazine subscriptions • household pet peeve • favorite framed picture
These are the magazines I subscribe to:
I guess this mix makes me a socially responsible, organic gay. Hmmm.
These are what I usually buy in addition to subscribing:
Hmmm. Do Sunset and Bust cancel each other out? And why don't I just subscribe to Fine Gardening? That magazine ALWAYS kicks ass. Yes it does.
And I'm not posting all of the ones I read for my work. I'm a news/info whore.
Household pet peeve
These things seem to jump off our feet and land all over the floor downstairs...*
But they never land in the home I made just for them, behind the door...
*there's a pair up there specifically for Recovering Straight Girl: can you find them? If you look very carefully, my pedicured toes are in there for you too.
Favorite framed picture
I have lots. Can't pick one. Here are two.
David Hockney's Pear Blossom Highway kicks ass. If you have a chance to see it in person, DO. It's at the Getty in LA. I love this style of Hockney. Snapshots of a scene all placed together in a collage, but together, making one scene. And Pear Blossom Highway? When I was little, we were stranded in Pear Blossom due to a snowstorm. I licked icicles. And slept on a spare mattress. It was scary. It was exciting. I was 5.
This is the first of our habit of taking photos of AdRi kissing my cheek. Taken about 9 or 10 years ago, on the beach in Yelapa, Mexico. Our first vacation together. After that trip, we knew we would be together a long time. This weekend is our 10 year anniversary (of being together, and 1 year anniversary of celebrating our marriage with friends and family). Shout out to AdRi. Lovin' you G-friend.