Finally getting around to posting some photos from my fun time a few weeks ago at the Sha-Boom-Boom-Room drag/burlesque show at Rebel. I thought it was fun to see the two performance styles side-by-side in the same show; they are arts that have similarities and differences and it was great to juxtapose them in this fun way.
I took Lucy for a walk along Polk Street and looked for things to photograph.
I was playing around with the idea of finding just one thing to take a picture of and not taking any other pictures. I like this idea as it reminds me of the selectiveness I had when I would play with photography as a teenager, before the digital camera age, when film was expensive and I had to be picky about what I pictured.
In my Instagram photos recently I shared a snapshot of a portion of a mural that hangs on the external wall of my local library. What I didn’t share then was that I’d taken lots of other detailed photos from that mural:
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It’s been several months since I went to the annual steamroller printing festival here in San Francisco but I realized recently that I never shared the photos and I really want to so here they are.
I’m enjoying the creative finger dancing of “master finger tutter” Pnut. What do you think?
More of his videos over on The Bold Italic.
I mentioned the other day that I’d gone to a winery on Treasure Island during my fire truck tour and while there I saw the dancing woman statue.
It’s a 40′ tall statue that was previously at Burning Man and now has a home on Treasure Island.
It’s called Bliss Dance and was created by artist Marco Cochrane, an Italian-born artist now living on Treasure Island.
”The sculpture is lit by 1,000 LED lights controlled by a customized iPad application” – source