In honor of one year’s time writing this blog, here’s my favorite of the photos I’ve posted. Thanks for giving me your time, from time to time. May it continue.
Monthly Archives: August 2021
Necessity is the mother of invention, or something. An ambivert navigating the time of Delta, phone camera in hand, waiting for an outdoor table in the local social district. Shot on Google Pixel 3, ƒ/1.8, 1/412, 4.44mm, ISO58, black and white filter.
Whither Thou Goghest
I’ll say one thing for the immersive Van Gogh exhibit at the TCF Center in Detroit this summer: it’s an art display like none other. One might even debate whether it’s actually displaying art at all, since there are no actual paintings in the entire exhibit. The first thing I ever learned about Van GoghContinue reading “Whither Thou Goghest”
Pretty Good Year
My significant other and I brought in my birthday late last night by watching “Val”, an autobiopic (is that a thing?) by one of my childhood crushes whose life has taken twists and turns both tremendous and tragic. The film took us on a journey through his life up to now, the good days andContinue reading “Pretty Good Year”
Best Guitarist in Detroit
You can do a helluva lot worse than listening to Dylan Dunbar completely shred it for three hours. Shot on Google Pixel 3, f/1.8, 1/210, 4.44mm, ISO 56, black and white filter.
And The Beat Goes On
Concerts in a dangerous time. Thanks to The Whiskey Charmers for keeping us grateful. Shot on Google Pixel 3, ƒ/1.8, 1/1466, 4.44mm, ISO55, black and white filter.