I am confessing — and you know it already — I got behind with this blog. It happens. It is a nice thing to talk about because with this project that is what happens to many people and they stop and never pick it up again. I have been taking the daily photo — just neglecting to get the post here each week. Things have gotten pretty busy lately and I am not getting things on the internet as timely as I once had been doing earlier in this project.
To catch up I am posting a mosaic of the month of August. And I am posting this public cry of we are all human. I guess if anything to get behind in — it is best with a blog and not the project itself. To do something daily for a year is a big undertaking. To do it publicly is even larger — but for me it does keep me at it. I hate to fail at anything — I am really into competition. So — here is my catch up. Thanks for reading.
September may also be like this. I am up to my elbows with photo shows and other events. It is that “photo time of year.” This weekend I have three pieces in a show opening in Blue Ridge at the Art Center — the gallery in the old court room. This show is hanging all month. On September 17 at the Whiskey Bonding Barn in Molena I have three pieces in a show curated by John Bennette from New York. He chose work from 19 photographers to be a part of his satellite show during the event of Slow Exposures. Opening October 1 at the Arts Clayton Gallery I have three pieces in a show — so does my son. And in New Orleans I have two pieces in a show celebrating the artistic elements and historical significance of cemeteries. Three more of my photos are in a book that is due out October 15.