It’s bound to happen… you’re shopping for gifts and something speaks to YOU.
As did this double deck of vintage playing cards replete with owls.
I got ‘em over at Drew’s Kitsch Café and they arrived lickety-split.
I’m playing with full decks of cards. Now who wants to play Canasta?
“Go see Fantastic Mr. Fox in the theater!” my friend Thor implored along with others.
And dagnabbit if I didn’t go and miss it from the fancy big theater.
Luckily it was still on tap at the independent joint in Mariemont and I caught it this Sunday.
I very much enjoyed it, and though I might not be employed by a movie company to make
these awesome sets laden with detail – I really would like to create something akin in 2010.
Next up was a late show of Avatar in IMAX 3D.
Incredible visuals and I enjoyed the story to boot.
I believe it was District 9 where I was able to suspend my disbelief and accept a digital character.
This movie cements that possibility with certainty.
I tip my hat to Wes Anderson and James Cameron for making the double feature
on my 38th birthday a very enjoyable treat.
Christmas cookies from Take the Cake in Northside – fast becoming
my favorite place to eat lunch and other treats that have lots of butter.
She called this one Sticky and I loved the vibrant colors and stripes.
It was my favorite photo from the day…
Reminded me of watching the patterns of farmland from an airplane window.
A package with Stephen Shore’s Uncommon Places book arrived.
I am enamored.
A quick image search and you might see why I dig it so.
From his artist statement from this work, “A picture happens when something inside connects, an experience that changes as the photographer does.” That’s adequately vague and spot on in complexity.
Thanks Chris & Dan for the unexpected delight in the mailbox.