Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Light Show

Why is the donkey sideways?? Because Blogger insisted it had to be sideways. I am so done with Blogger.


Blogger Vancouver Daily Photo said...

Thank you for sharing these fabulous photos. They are such treasures.

9:29 PM  
Blogger Nathalie said...

Louz I had a browse through a good half of your website and I'll come back to see the rest. You've made tremendous progress in the quality of your photos. The latest ones are little gems. And you've gone to adding comments which I believe are a huge addition to pictures. Today's very stubborn donkey was fun. Thanks also for sharing your thoughts on 9/11, it's reassuring for the rest of us in the world to think that not all Americans are behind George W.
I took a lovely picture of the Sydney Opera House today, I hope you enjoy it if/when you visit.
Take care,

8:32 AM  
Blogger Nathalie said...

Maybe I didn't make it clear enough how enthusiastic I am about your work so I'll say it again: Congratulations.

8:33 AM  
Blogger Meg Nakagawa said...

Love the lighit coming through the window (?) - I've been thinking of doing something like that with lace-woven curtains at my exhibit... Great image. Thanks. (And you gotta love Nathalie, yeah?)

1:57 PM  
Blogger Louz said...

Thanks guys!

Nathalie - You made my day! Doing this blog has been such a remarkable experience. I was feeling pretty burnt out on doing the blog recently, wondering what the point of it all was. But I realized I've learned a lot from doing it and there's a lot more I want to learn. In a way that plus just falling in love with new photographic subjects, have given me a new sense of involvement and excitement. Anyway, Nathalie, thank you, thank you!
thank you, thank you!

2:25 PM  
Blogger Louz said...

Meg - There was a lovely image of women gathered together, in stained glass, that I tried and tried to bring in but blogger also wanted to make that sideways and it just was pointless. Would have made a wonderful weaving.

2:30 PM  
Blogger Louz said...

Whoops my "thank yous" kind of multiplied towards the end there. Though heart felt :)... However.. I think there are more people than it appears who are horrified by the Bush administration in nearly everything its done and with regard to the war in Iraq that should never have happened in particular. Our "free" corporate dominated media really failed us in representing everyone. There have been public demonstrations against the war from the beginning and continuing to the present, for example.

2:40 PM  
Blogger Meg Nakagawa said...

Gosh Darn about the stained glass! And pity, we really don't hear much about the US's non-corporate-dominated media much - and after I started the photo blog, I've been too busy to look in the internet, though I still occasioinally listen to PBS. Late at night, we get BBC Inteernational and FOX on another, and it's a sobering experirence to flick between the two when they are covering the same event. I was up all night when the Israeli forces were evacuating from the West Bank, and watched the same footage with mindbogglingly contrasting narration.

2:19 PM  
Blogger Louz said...

Fox News is known for leaning towards the Bush administration and for being sensationalist, anti-intellectual, etc. I'm sorry to hear its broadcast outside the US (or is it Australian to start with, Ruppert Murdock is the owner right?).
It represents what a certain segment of the American population believes unfortunately.

9:41 AM  

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