Tonight we performed at the Lobero theater in Santa Barbara.
Today we are at the Harris Center in Folsom. We have CDs and the flash drive cards for sale.
A study claims that a lot of American men don’t recycle because they think recycling is gay. Are some American men really this insecure? Please comment.
I have recycled for decades, and I have been composting since 1994… I must be very gay. :-)
Is this also why so many guys do not take their own mug to a coffeeshop nor ask to use a ceramic cup? What can turn this around? Public Service Announcements by Dwayne Johnson or other stars or athletes? What do you think?
I was challenged to take vertical photos, something I never do. Challenge accepted. Well, at least this once:
Yesterday I came across this great album cover from 1979, for the album Grosses Wasser by the German band Cluster. Grosses Wasser means big or great water and it is wonderful how the simple rectangle at the bottom creates the impression of sky and water.
We already sold half of the CDs we brought with us in Phoenix on Monday and Tuesday. We are shipping more CDs, and they should reach us in time for the show in Folsom.
My photos rarely have people in them. Recently I came across this old Adams quote which I naturally love. :-)
To the complaint, ‘There are no people in these photographs,’ I respond, There are always two people: the photographer and the viewer.
– Ansel Adams.
We are in Sedona and I took an early morning walk.
Check out this Japanese photographer who has been creating people-less images in Tokyo for several decades. That has to be difficult to do!
Driving into Phoenix during a dust storm.