|A cello shoot that I had the privilege to participate in|
it with my
hard for me.
computers. So where does that leave ME? You haven't heard
much from me lately because I'm on my "tunnel vision kick" to
learn the mechanics of my new computer. Things haven't changed
much from my old Mac but there is just enough change to confuse
and leave me yearning to improve my videos.
The picture above was from a cello shoot, I had been envited to
tag along on because the musician had borrowed a Flamenco
costume of mine for one of her settings. I did absorb tons of
knowledge from these young professionals and I also learned
that some settings take physical stamina and courage.
I especially wanted to watch the shoot where she wore my
dress which took place atop one of the highest Bozeman
mountains, that meant a long climb carrying camera
equipment. I think they looked at my wrinkles and gave me
an easy out, saying it was a hard climb and would I rather wait
for them below. No, I was determined not to let "age" get in
I even carried a portion of the precious camera equipment but
when we reached the top, my knees were jello. What a gorgeous
view this spot presented but I couldn't even get my camera out.
What were these young people, Mountain Goats or just native
Montanans who lived for sports in these mountains?
No, I haven't been climbing any more mountains during my
absence but I'm doing a lot of studying and expermenting.
I'm always amused at people's reactions when they see
I live in a studio.
|These 2 pictures are of what most people would have for a living room|