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>Well, it looks like my husband and I will be moving within the next 3 weeks, so I will probably be neglecting this page a bit while we pack and move and get settled in. After moving our plan is to take a road trip out West for a month – some good photos should result! I’ll try to get internet access while on the trip so I can give some updates.

Another side effect of the move is that I will have to switch web servers. Hopefully D. S. Brennan Photography won’t have to go offline during the transfer, but rest assured it will be back up quickly if it does.

Hope everyone in the Northeast stays cool today! Drink lots of water and stay in A/C if you can!

>An Update

>It’s been a while since the last update, I’ve been a blog slacker! I’ve been keeping myself busy getting ready for my sister’s baby shower, my friend’s wedding shower, and traveling to Kentucky for my husband’s family reunion. I did take several photos while in Kentucky this past weekend, but mostly just family snapshots, not really much art photography. As soon as I got home I sent off my submission for Aperture Foundation’s Portfolio Review, so we’ll see what happens with that. I also got my first issue of Aperture Magazine in the mail over the weekend, it was chock full of information and reviews. So far I’ve had a chance to skim it over but not to really dive in.

That’s about it for now. I’ll be whittling down the to-do list in the next few weeks and hopefully sneaking in some photo-time as well. Hope everyone in my area enjoys the major thunderstorms we’re supposed to get today!

>”The Seasons”

>Hi all, I met the owner of Lady Audrey’s Art Gallery today for lunch and we had a lovely time. A while back I submitted 5 images for her “The Seasons” competition. Well, I found out today that two of them have made it into the final round of the competition. I’m waiting to hear details about what that means, exactly, and I’ll pass them along as I get them. I do know that there will be a gallery exhibition in September at a gallery in Wilton, CT. Again, as I find out details I’ll pass them on. I’m quite excited about my first “real” gallery show.

In other news, my husband and I watched “Born into Brothels” today – it was a very moving documentary about kids living in brothels in Calcutta, India and a photographer who took them under her wing and tried to improve their life by teaching them photography and helping to get them into schools and a better life. There’s now a charity called “Kids With Cameras” that continues this mission with kids who need help in locations all over the world. Check it out, I think it’s worth supporting.

And finally, two new photos posted today in the Black & White Gallery. This one, in particular, is a new favorite of mine. Enjoy!

>Faded Flower

>Did some quick photo-taking today after work, and I thought this one might work for my “past their prime” portfolio of faded flowers. What do you think?

>New Site Feature

>In addition to uploading two new photos today, I set up a guestbook for D. S. Brennan Photography. Sign it here, if you’d like. Unforunately the fact that it’s provided for free through my ISP means that I can’t format the actual book itself, but it’s not too hideous!

Not much other news to speak of. I stumbled across a fellow photographer’s work today in Putnam, CT at a community craft store. Unfortunately I can’t recall the name of the shop. The photographer, however, is Nikki Sullivan and she had some pretty nice stuff available. Check out her website.

Other than that, I’m somewhat impatiently waiting for one of my college cronies to find out if he’s been accepted into a PhD program in New Zealand! If he’s accepted and he and his girlfriend move there we might not be able to resist coming too. I’m sure there are lots of photo ops there!

Thunderstorms are starting to come through, so I’m going to sign off.

Have a wonderful night all!