Gertrude and Alice.
In today’s civilized world of human rights and equality, theirs would have been a marriage like any other.
GS: A vegetable garden in the beginning looks so promising and then after all little by little it grows nothing but vegetables, nothing, nothing but vegetables.
ABT: There is nothing that is comparable to it, as satisfactory or as thrilling, as gathering the vegetables one has grown.
So they didn’t agree on everything. (But their connection was immediate.)
I chuckled when I read that Stein said she liked a view but preferred to sit with her back turned to it. Srsly, Gertrude?
I’m always near a window and facing out. So are most click-and-shooters like me. I don’t own lenses, tripods, or flash meters. But I do have an iPhone at the ready.
It’s not just a cool gimmick anymore. It’s revolutionary. Radical, even.
Especially with the current batch of camera apps. That’s when the real fun starts.
The only limit? Your imagination.
Waterlogue reeled me in last fall. I’ve been appy ever since.
I just follow the light, then change my photo into a painting, drawing, comic book art, mosaic, or psychedelic swirlies.
This quiet painting leans on my mantle.
Say hello to Prisma, my darling du jour. This app is transformative. Just watch.
George Washington said perseverance and spirit have done wonders in all ages. In this, the Internet age, I think app developers are alpha talents.
Wouldn’t you say, George?