Who knew working, school, kids and horses would leave so little time for blogging?
Instead of filling your monitor with a month’s worth of mind-numbing chaos, I will just give you a break down of things I have done, enjoyed and have found stimulating.
Some photos from me:
First, I went to to Occupy Omaha last week. I was surprised to see that the crowd consisted of normal people – not your average greasey-haired, clueless college student. Not at all. Normal, middle-America!
Facebook tells me that, by clicking on this link that you should be able to see the remainder of the photos (regardless of my privacy settings, which is a concerning blog post in itself).
And my personal favorite, my father’s Examiner article
From here, I am going to share one of my pinholes from my Experimental course:
I was just getting used to the pinholes and then we switched to Cyanotypes. Those are to come. I still have gotten the chemistry part of that mess worked out yet!
Omaha’s 2011 Zombie Walk:
Again, Facebook says that you can go HERE to see the rest of my zombie photos.
Now for the eye food:
Paul Close: Snakebox Odyssey, What Africans Really Want.Close traveled to various regions of the African continent by motorcycle, asking what it is Africans really want. The idea is to bring a realistic view of the desires of others rather than projecting what it is we (the others) think they want.
More from Close
And now, children, I leave you. My husband is requesting that I spend an evening watching Transporter with him. Perhaps I ought to breakout the wine and cookies for this one!