Here were have “super stealth” Carol acting all covert and hiding in “deep cover” in Taos. At least, I think it’s Taos. I was in “deep cover” so deep, I might have forgotten. Oh well, in honor of “super spy” night, here’s me looking, maybe a bit covert, maybe not, but at least surrounded by some serious shades. (It’s all about the shades, man, all about the shades.)
And, you might like to know that I’ve come out of hiding just long enough to tell you about some upcoming opportunities. The Center for Fine Art Photography (a wonderful organization though one that’s, I admit, not very good at being “covert”) has a few upcoming call for entries. You can read more about it on their website here if you are so-inclined and want to come out of hiding long enough to submit some photography to a show.
Lastly, in more “super stealth covert” news, it would appear that everybody’s favorite reclusive author, none other than JD Salinger, that “Catcher in the Rye” himself, may come out of hiding. Rumor has it that he’s to come out of hiding just long enough to sue the pants off of somebody ripping off the great hero in the Catcher story. Though normally not found of lawsuits and legal actions, this time around, I’d have to say I side with the good “masterfully covert” reclusive author. It’s never a good thing to rip-off another artist, be it a photographer, author, or what have you. Plagiarism is an evil that must be stopped. So, here at Carol’s Little World, we wish the best of luck to JD Salinger in his legal actions and hope that, in the course of stopping the “poor man’s copy” they don’t force him to come out of hiding.
I hope you’re having a “spy-fully” day wherever you are. Remember, stay down, look low, act covert, and don’t forget your cool sunglasses.
Until we come out of hiding next time….