Tuesday, September 22, 2009
So it has been a slow blogging summer for me... hopefully I will get back to blogging and put some things here that may be of interest. The summer just got busy and I lost sight of things. Some news of note, our cat died, just old age, and yesterday we got two little kitties, still unnamed. Gracie (the worlds cutest grand daughter) turned one year old and is very mobile. Ben and I have been building model ships and airplanes on our Friday nights together. Carol officiated at a couple of weddings this summer, we cruised to Maine as you may have seen and I continue to shoot a lot with my camera, make movies and even did some painting this summer. Sunday I built a dory to use as a decoration for the 'Christmas in October' event we attend every year with the boat -- we have historically won second place in the decorating contest and this year we are going for the gold.
This is a VR of the Providence Performing Arts Center I took yesterday evening just after sunset for the World Wide Panoramas Group, which is group of photographers that shoot on the solstices and the equinoxes and hold a quarterly exhibition online here. This exhibition entitled "Performing Arts" won't be open to the public yet (in about a week) but the link will take you to the site which has all of the panoramas since the beginning in 2004. With each equinox or solstice comes a new theme. I had thought of shooting artists painting, singers and other such performers but the light was right and the PPAC is such a Providence icon that I thought I would shoot this for the equinox this time around. Hope you enjoy.