I’ve finally cleared out a bunch of old photos from my desktop. (Isn’t it weird that I’m speaking of a computer screen display and digital images? I could be describing a handful of snapshots and my physical tabletop… but never mind.) The oldest ones are from last January. I didn’t even realize I had them still sitting around. I’ve uploaded them and made albums out of them. You can access them from my Photo page [link broken] but why would you bother when I’m giving you the links right now? [All the original galleries are now offline, but I’ve re-uploaded selected photos where appropriate.]
-Random 2004 photos
This is a collection of some scattered photos taken at various points in the winter and spring. Among them are photos taken at home, in Berkeley, in Aptos, and some taken in April during my trip to the University of Chicago. I’m so glad I didn’t go there. I’m disturbed enough in LA without having to throw in snowstorms too.
The weekend after Valentine’s Day last year, Erik and I went to visit Jackie, and Shra met up with us for one day while we were there. (Wow, she was still with Casey at the time, incredible.) We drove around Apple Hill and admired the scenery and guzzled apple-related treats.
Just a few more of the many pictures I like to take of myself. Think of it as vanity if you like, but I learn a little bit more about photography each time. You can bet if I had a cat (or a child) I’d be taking pictures of other subjects, but since I don’t, this is what I do.
-Al’s friends at our house
Was this Al’s birthday party? I think it might have been. Erik and I amused ourselves photographing them, then took a few of ourselves and each other. I really love the two of Al and Tibby at the end.
-September in LA
Photos taken when people came to visit me. I was still cat-sitting then so this is that apartment. There are some charming pictures of Shra and Devin in here.
[Erik built this piano out of wood blocks I bought at the Guggenheim in NYC.]
Oh yes, and I wanted to be sure to include this little gem of trivia when I posted too. Apparently James Bond–the original fictional character, not the movie character–likes spaghetti.
[This post was imported on 4/10/14 from my old blog at satsumabug.livejournal.com.]