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>2007 New England Photography Open

>I’ve got some great news – my photo “Mud Puddle” has made it into the 2007 New England Photography Open at the Warwick Museum of Art in Rhode Island. If you’re interested in attending the Gallery Opening, here are the details:

“The Awards Night and Show Opening Reception on the evening of Friday, June 22 from 7 – 9 p.m. Feel free to extend the invitation to attend this event to your family, friends, and neighbors. An adult must accompany all minors. Wine, punch, cheese and light refreshments will be served and prizes will be awarded promptly at 7:30 p.m.”

Wish me luck!

>Rome Point

>I went for a walk today with my husband, sisters, brother-in-law, and nephew at Rome Point in Rhode Island. It was a lovely day for a walk, but we noticed the beach smelled, well, fishier than normal. The culprit of the smell was something none of us had seen before – thousands upon thousands of dead sea stars had washed up on the beach. While most of them were pretty thoroughly dried by the time we got there, the smell still lingered. It was a bit icky, but really amazing, too. I’d never seen so many sea stars in one place before. We suspect a recent storm may be what caused the problem. I didn’t spend much time photographing the scene, but here’s a shot that illustrates the scale of it all.

In lighter news, prior to reaching the sea stars, I tried my hand at taking some more infrared photographs. I didn’t have my tripod with me, but an obliging rock was at hand, and I quite like the perspective it captured.

What do you think?

>Busy Photo Day

>It was very nice to have a full day’s worth of photo activities to do. I started at 8am up in Roger Williams Park, taking yoga portraits for Ellen, the woman who hosted my last show (at One Yoga Center). It was so much fun working with her and her student Denise. Yoga poses are wonderful to photograph, such interesting lines and dynamics. We had lovely light as well. Here are some photos from this morning:

My other photo task of the day was to prep and submit a photograph for the New England Photography Open Exhibition hosted by the Warwick Museum of Art. The first I heard of it was late last night, when I stumbled across a notice on craigslist saying the deadline for submissions had been extended to this Saturday! Luckily I had a few pieces available already printed, and just had to get them framed and ready to bring over to the museum. I’ll know by Wednesday if my photograph made the cut and will be displayed at the museum. Wish me luck! Here’s the piece I submitted:

>Upcoming Show!

>The home-buying process, while exciting, has been absorbing nearly all of my blogging time lately. However, I am pleased to announce that I will be participating in a new show in the near future! I encourage you to come not only to see some of my photos (which I am excited to share) but also to see and shop for handmade cards, jewelry, and books!

When: Thursday June 14th from 5:30pm-8:30pm

Where: 162 Norwood Ave, Cranston, RI