It’s a new day at midnight. Everybody’s waiting to see if the levee is going to hold (this time.) It might not be the storm of the century, it might not change things (like Katrina) but it’s already got a body count. I think it best that nobody takes any chances. So far, anyway, this cautious, evacuate, wait-and-see attitude has paid off, at least it looks that way from where I sit.
The Utata project has gone live. You can check it out here. Mine is under the “Dreams I Might Have Had” category. You can actually see what I look like in this project-my shots are all self-portraits (of sorts.) Just go check it out for details.
In other news, it’s Labor Day in the US, which means we are all home from work today. Tomorrow is “Monday” or sorts, since we all have to go back to work.
Upcoming projects are: a calendar to mark the end of the year (and the beginning of a new one) another Blurb book (this time, the theme is: travel. I’ll probably do a bigger/revised New Orleans book for that) and I need to submit some work (including stories, essays, and the like) to JPEG. I haven’t forgotten about the “what is fine art” postings, or the “you’ve been tagged” stuff either, just haven’t gotten around to it yet. Got into a bit of a backlog with the computer not coming up to speed, and then the big Utata project hit, now it’s the storm in the Gulf. Sooner or later though.
Until then, stay dry and try not to get into the path of the big beast of a storm. Those things are brutal, don’t you know.
Until next time…