The holidays are now upon us, and I'm swamped and feeling a bit under the weather. I've got three in-depth blog post halfway written that I can't seem to finish. I've taken only a few photos lately, and I've made NO progress on my latest novel or photography book. However, I have been busy traveling, showing my photography, and planning upcoming events.
What little photography I'm currently doing is "target of opportunity" shots. I always carry a camera, and I've found a few good subjects. However, none of these are suitable for my next photography book. The shots below, and the one above, are from a condemned business in my home town.
Rudd Art Center Veterans Show
I had a wonderful time at the Rudd Art Center Veterans Show debut event two weeks ago. The show is ongoing through 18 November. I was really excited to sell a piece and talk to other vet-artists like me, from the Vietnam-era to today. Please go to downtown Ozark and support local veteran artists. Find out more here.
Please stay tuned, as next week I will be talking about my upcoming showing at the Artist Market in Montgomery. More to follow. See ya next week.
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