Posts Tagged ‘documentary’

Roots

November 21, 2009

Whoever tells me there is no difference between film and digital photography, they must be blind, or they don’t know how to look.

I have previously put (somewhat of) same photos of MOE on this blog but they were shot using my digital camera.  Do you see the difference?  That’s why I always go back taking photos using my semi-ancient camera, hey I am an artists and I should do what makes my art better.  In this case, shooting film = going back to my roots.

Traveling shoes

November 11, 2009

At a corner bodegaHalf-steppin'With a metal chairI’m not sure if there’s a hidden desire somewhere in me to fly back to Texas but I know I have a thing or 2 for red pairs of shoes.

These are my new addition…  Shiny, slick and RED, what more can I ask for from means of transportation??

Wedding

November 9, 2009

Field on a tableJena's fixUnder the tentlittle menWedding atireMy friends, Bryan and Brett’s wedding.  It was such a sweet wedding just like how they are.  Here are some shots from the prep.

Remembering the taste of Summer

November 4, 2009
Summer HarvestCurlyEnlightened ChardKale ForestGiraffe in Greenpoint

Strangely adorable giraffe at the Greenpoint Rooftop Farm. I hope that crane isn't building some high-rise condos to cast huge shadow on the farm...

Days of hot, burning Sun have long been gone, now that we are in the beginning of November…  I was remembering the days I made it to the Greenpoint Rooftop Farm as I think of my up-coming holiday feast; purple kale forest, enchanted chard, sweet curly squashes.  I wish I could be there more often, sorting out arugula and picking hairloom tomatoes but for now, I must wait till the next farming season.

For those of you who can’t wait till next Spring, here’s their website to virtually appreciate the goodness of wholesome food.

http://rooftopfarms.org/

October 6, 2009

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