Monthly Archives: May 2008

Produce Market, Old Delhi Couple of external links this morning, the first useful, the other fun: First, if you want to see how one computer-photo guru handles his anal fixation of backing up digital photography, check out Scott Kelby’s account … Continue reading

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Pistol’s Art 1 As mentioned previously, I’ve been invited to exhibit at an afterparty for a film screening of Mondo Bondo, a documentary about American bondage and its participants. Admittance to the afterparty will only be to ticketholders to the … Continue reading

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Sandra 1-6 I’m ill. It’s not debilitating. It’s not even more than mildly uncomfortable. But it looks like hell. Some kind of subcutaneous virus has invaded my body, resulting in a blotchy rash all up my arms, torso front and … Continue reading

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EleAnn Short and sweet (and a little late) this morning. New model, Sandra, came to the studio this morning. She’s a competitive fitness model, so we worked a good deal on poses that emphasize her physique. Very enthusiastic, and quite … Continue reading

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Dancing in Place 11 Hope you are all enjoying Memorial Day, at least my U.S. readers. It’s a “legitimate” holiday, with real purpose, at least by my way of thinking. Valentine’s Day, Halloween, Mothers’ Day, and other made-up, commercial, Hallmark … Continue reading

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Prints and Shakespeare

Brooke & the Sheet 2 I’ve mentioned it before: when discussing compensation with a model, I offer prints (or a CD) or a fee. The model’s choice. The preponderance of models, especially those coming from Model Mayhem, elect a fee. … Continue reading

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Old News — Literally

Down the Steps This is old news. In a sense it is very, very, very old news. If you are an astronomy hanger-on like me, you already know about the new supernova. If not, it’s hard to come up with … Continue reading

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Brooke Oh my god! If you live within sound of my voice, be sure to see the Guthrie Theater’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream before it closes. We saw it last night. “Saw” is too easy — rather, it … Continue reading

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Classic Brynna 12 Brooke and I worked yesterday. A great pleasure as always. And we keep coming up with something new to draw our attention. She paid me the ultimate compliment by saying that every new session with me was … Continue reading

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Roosevelt, Kennedy and The Constitution in Exile

Ruggero Leoncavallo, Pagliacci The Minnesota Opera Despite public posturing of good wishes and bonhomie, news that Ted Kennedy has a malignant brain tumor will be cheered in certain quarters. By coincidence, two nights ago my wife and I were watching … Continue reading

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