That`s Sarah next to the Chihuly exhibit at the Fine Arts Museum in Boston. It`s 40 feet tall and made of like 2,200 individual pieces in lime green, totaling several tons. Beautiful and impressive. We also saw Mario Testino, the famous Vogue photographer. Sarah was turned off by his use of native "primative" women mixed with "modern" "1st world models". I see her point. His work elicits a big wow. It`s the message we had trouble with. After that, we kinda ran outta time. Discouraging. Note to self; give Boston FAM 4 hours, and note the early close time.
Sunday, October 28, 2012
Edward Gorey house. What is exciting place. Remember the PBS Mystery Theater? That was Edward Gorey who did the illustrations. Sarah has been working at EGH this summer and just finished her assignment. She fell in love with Rick and the museum. So did I. Such an incredibly comfortable, energizing, well, vibe. I slept in Edward Gorey's room! A doubtful guest! It's a must see on the cape, in Yarmouth Port.
Sunday, October 21, 2012
Jib Jab with Tim
This was a great day. So many wouldn't agree, if I described it on the surface, which is part of why I loved it. We walked over to the course, and the starter came out to greet us and invite us on the course. We ended up chatting with her for about 20 minutes. My brother John was totally enjoying her, which in and of itself was super nice. The last group she started was on about hole 4, and the only other person on the course was ahead of them, so no pressure whatsoever. Low cost, high on beautiful day. Happy birthday, Dad!
One note, the photos are low res, somehow I hit the wrong setting on my camera. I was so disappointed! Well, life goes on. The course is a par 3. Centre Hills, Aurora, CO.
My bro, John is a photographer, and now a blogger. He just started his today.