Practically, a ghost light is a single bulb left lit on a stage after the show is over and the house cleared, so someone wandering in after hours doesn’t inadvertently fall into the orchestra pit. Superstitionally, it keeps old theatre ghosts at bay. Historically, it may refer to gas lamps burning low to relieve pressure … [Read more…]
I’ve always loved the dimple in my shoulder ever since my sister pointed out, when we were teens, that one of the background dancers in the “Gotta Dance” number from “Singin’ in the Rain” had a similar one. (We had a very intense Gene Kelly obsession at the time.) Obviously, I’ve acquired a few more … [Read more…]
I’m pretty sure I was in the process of setting up the camera or something like that in this photo. Usually I’m propping it against something precarious, or I was trying to set the timer, who knows. But in scrolling back through, I like it.
I took this to illustrate a story, set during the State Fair, that I never finished writing. Maybe someday. The original Sinful Sunday was a close-up, probably because I was nervous about the full-body shot. (Definitely a theme for my February Photo Fest pics). I may finish the story someday, we’ll see.
This was taken at the same time as Waterfall.
This was taken on the same day as this one, on the inadequacy of gym towels.