Monday, July 30, 2007
Friday, July 27, 2007
Wednesday, July 25, 2007
Sorry for all the in-car photos but that's where I'm at most of the time. If there's anything better than a Chocolate Extreme Blizzard like this one I had today, I've yet to find it. ok, I'm sure there're better things out there, but it was real good. And yes, that drip at the bottom of the spoon landed on my shorts.
Tuesday, July 24, 2007
It's been a while since I've photographed a good 'ol fashioned demolition derby. The mud was flying everywhere so it was a nice break to go in the pit area and find people working on their cars. For some reason it makes me feel good to see people working on these cars that, to me, are beyond hope in so many ways.
Monday, July 23, 2007
This fella approached me from across the street and said he saw me earlier but I "dusted" him, which I thought was a cool term that I'm sure will find it's way into my vocabulary. It's pushing 80 degrees in this photo and this guy's got on a jacket and, as I'm told, Dora the Explorer wristbands. Anyway, he asks how I'm doing and I said, "busy". He says, "me too. Jimmy Carter, Star Trek and New York." So right there I was confused. Then he asks my name (Keith), my sign (Sagittarius), what state I'm from (Michigan) and the year I graduated High School ('97). I answered because I was so intrigued. So then he said, "Oh wow, you're a KSM97, I havn't met a KSM97 in a long time." I told him I had a job to do and that I had to leave... then we parted ways.
Friday, July 20, 2007
The boys from Aerosmith were rockin' in Sarnia, Ontario for Rogers Bayfest and they didn't dissapoint. I was allowed to shoot the first three songs from in front of the stage but once I left I still stuck around for a couple songs. Steven Tyler's pants had eyeballs on each butt cheek. So if anyone needs Christmas ideas for me, try and find those pants..... jk.
Monday, July 16, 2007
Monday, July 09, 2007
These folks were watching the boats enter and exit a harbor up in Lexington on Sunday. They'd been sailing together for 40 years. The fella on the left was from Latvia which I thought was interesting. That's just south of Estonia. It was incredibly hot this day. I just liked how these folks were so content and they seemed as if they were so at peace with just watching boats. And it was obvious that they were in no hurry. That's the way life should be.