It's the busy time of year again......
June 02, 2018 • 1 Comment
Hey! I missed a blogpost for May! How did that happen?
Actually I know exactly how it happened--life has been very hectic and busy taking photographs and preping for the upcoming summer show and exhibit season. It's now June and that time is here! It will be a busy month--here's why:
1) My photographs are on display at the Oceanic Free Library, on Two Rivers Road, in Rumson. The exhibit is open daily from 10 to 5 and 10 to 2 on Saturdays. It runs until June 29th and it features some of my best Shore, beach, and bird photography, in a variety of formats and sizes. It is a very neat library--so stop in when you get the chance.
2) I will again be participating in Art All Night, the art extravaganza in downtown Trenton, New Jersey, at the Roebling Wireworks building, off of Broad Street. It is an amazing gathering of hundreds of artists of all genres from all over, also music and food trucks. It runs continuously from 3 pm on June 16th to 3 pm on June 17th--yes, all night, like the name says. I will also be attending at some point--there is no requirement that one stays for the whole thing, but you could if you have the stamina!
3) This will be my first time participating in Bay Head's Art in the Park, at the Municipal Complex in the tiny town of Bay Head. It is a beautiful location and the organizer has put together an impressive array of venders--artists, musicians, crafters, food purveyors, you name it, it will be there! Absolutely worth a trip to the Shore for this one.
In between I plan to keep shooting and doing what needs to be done. I hope you can make it to one of these events--or all! Thanks in advance.
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I generally saw how still my impact was when getting making the rounds and the following I would plunk down then they would be wriggling essentially completely wrapped up. So swinging, ricocheting and base tapping are by and large that I will attempt while calming an infant youngster juvenile to rest.
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