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June 18, 2008

Woo Hoo! No I’m not a happy Wamu customer; I just sold my first photographic print. Someone actually wanted a print from my gallery. Ok, ok, so it was my Niece Kelly. Hey, a sale is a sale is a sale. Yes, yes, yes that’s right I did only sell it for the cost of postage, but quit bringing me down! Someone actually wanted one of my prints. It was so cool to see an 11×14 color masterpiece roll off my Epson 1800 and know it’s going to be on a wall not in my house. So woo hoo! Turns out Bonkers-oh sorry, I’ve called her Kelly Bonkers since she was a baby-turns out she loves architecture and wanted a shot I did called “Building Study“. You can click on that if you want to see it.

So that’s it, no deep thoughts for the day, no rants or raves, just a thank you to Kelly, oh and to my wife as well for putting up with my incessant dreaming. I promise, once I’ve made it to the top, I won’t forget all the little people I had to step on to get there. 🙂

One comment

  1. That’s cool that you sold a print!

    I really like the picture of the sunset reflection on the glass building. And the picture of the two redline trolleys in the morning mist. I don’t like that you seem to be in harms way to take that picture, but I love the mist and the contrast of colors, black, white and red; and the subject matter. I don’t know if I like trains and buses or if I like it because it has nostalgic memories of trips to San Diego.

    You will sell more!



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