Wednesday, April 30, 2008

omg this new glass ! im a luvin it ! ( 135m L canon )

ok ok so i know its not about the equipment but dayum. this lens has amazing clarity/sharpness and the bokeh !!!

Monday, April 28, 2008

portrait of Li ( edit )

ok so i edited this , i opened up to critique.

sti(ck)man !

i shot this one in the middle of 6th ave ! i almost was run over LOL.
talk about being present , in the moment !

my husband says he's seen them in other locations as well.

Friday, April 25, 2008


since i only started this blog a few days ago , i was not able to celebrate with a post on having 11 years of sobriety.
on april 5th ( very gratefully ) i was able to manage 11 years of sobriety from alcohol.
i pray everyday for clear vision and thinking. i gave up much and gained more than i could ever imagine .

me and jpg magazine

at odds

we are all on our own paths. please respect that..
so as i sit in judgement do i judge myself ?
the purpose of this blog is raise my consciousness ! separate from the ego, not engage the " pain body "
how can i forgive even if someone does not forgive me ?
how can you walk away with no closure ?
what did "I" do ?

Thursday, April 24, 2008

today i am wondering where i'm going.i really try not to let it bring me down but the ego loves negativity.
its so hard to just keep going. and i really want this.

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

smell the flowers

so yesterday i left work early to see what i could see. i went to the Laguardia Gardens where my good friend Sara Jones contributes her expert gardening skills....
about LaGuardia Community Garden

LaGuardia began in 1974 as a community vegetable garden on a lot just below Washington Square Park that was owned by The Jewish Cultural Center. When the land was sold in 1980 the community garden was forced to either dissolve or move. With the help of GreenThumb they found a new location just as the bulldozers were arriving. It was only one block away and they have been there now for more than 25 years.

portrait of li

ok, this image is not the first or last in a series of portraits that i am working on. the portrait is an interesting way of connecting with yourself and the subject.
at first i found the idea of shooting people scary to say the least ! but as i continue i am finding i can connect.
as well i am gaining confidence. and learning so much about how i operate in this world.