Wednesday, January 28, 2009

One of my most beloved Authors:

Jeffry Brown

I never travel without my diary. One should always have something sensational to read in the train. ~Oscar Wilde

Saturday, January 24, 2009

This helps me accept Aging


All of these lines across my face
Tell you the story of who I am
So many stories of where I’ve been
And how I got to where I am
But these stories don’t mean anything

When you’ve got no one to tell them toIt’s true…I was made for you
I climbed across the mountain tops

Swam all across the ocean blue
I crossed all the lines and I broke all the rules
But baby I broke them all for you

Oh, because even when I was flat brokeYou made me feel like a million bucks

Yeah you do and I was made for you
You see the smile that’s on my mouth

Is hiding the words that don’t come out
And all of my friends who think that I’m blessedThey don’t know my head is a mess
No, they don’t know who I really am
And they don’t know what I’ve been through and you do

And I was made for you…
Brandi Carlile

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Audry Hepburn











Once more...
Timeless beauty. And an inspiration for me to live till an old age.
Audrey Kathleen Hepborn
4 May 1929-20 January 1993
(aged 63)

Pure. Classic. Tasteful. Alive. Entergetic. Kind.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Indiana Gallery including an Image of Me


Event Info Host: Bellevue Gallery
Type: Music/Arts - "Reflections"
Exhibit City/Town: Bloomington, IN
Komodo Photography

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Lauren Hutton


Timeless Beauty.


Lauren is a true inspiration to me.
Why?

Many who know me know that I admit that what I fear most is growing old.

Old. Wasted.
Failing body. Failing mind.

However;

In my mind...Hutton has triumphed these fears of mine.

In her old age she is beautiful inside and out.
She carries joy, sensuality, and radiance.
And her face is just as much a pleasure to view as ever.


Friday, January 9, 2009

Howie Doyle

What I find interesting is working in a society with certain taboos
and fashion photography is about that kind of society.
To have taboos, then to get around them – that is interesting.

~Helmut Newton - "American Photo", January/February 2000, page 67

Wednesday, January 7, 2009