I need to post more often to keep up with what's happening. First new shows. "TJ's Lunch Counter" is a photo of a local restaurant in the small town of Wells River Junction, Vermont. I was driving home from an opening at the Darkroom Gallery in Essex Junction, Vermont, when I passed through Wells River Junction at about 10 at night in August. Very small town with not a lot of activity, especially at 10 pm. TJ's was empty but lit up brightly. I passed by. Then, I turned around in the middle of Main Street and went back. Glad I did it. The shot only took a few minutes to set up. So far, "TJ's Lunch Counter" has been juried into "Small Towns and Rural Places" at the 1650 Gallery in Los Angeles, "Under $500" at the Maryland Art Place in Baltimore, and.... "In Stillness" at the Darkroom Gallery in Essex Junction. Another photo, "At Anchor" was accepted by jurors for "In Stillness" and "Small Wonders" at the Maryland Federation of Art in Annapolis. "Mannequins," which has been in a few shows, has been accepted at The Maryland Art Place and the "National Juried Photography Show" at the Delaplaine Arts Center in Frederick, MD. "Flow" is also in the Delaplaine show. Finally, I have four works in "Fall on the Chesapeake" at the office of What's Up Annapolis magazine, including "At Anchor" and "End of Summer."
As you can see, I've been busy. One new thing is a growing interest in street photography and night photography. "TJ's" sort of fits into both categories. Expect to see more of this kind of thing in the future.