“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” — Elliott Erwitt


Tuesday, September 9, 2014


 This is what I was looking at this morning.

Time for class at 10:30.  This was the first day for Len, a painter from Spencerport,  and Lais returned after spending the summer in Brazil.  Brought in another table and we were all set.  This is a terrific group of people.  Had some nice jazz playing and we covered many interesting topics while they worked.

 Len is outnumbered for sure, but I think he will fit right in.

He was working with oil today.

After lunch I spent two hours mowing....Gary made sauce and then went down to Jen's to hang with Finn and Cooper.

Decided to make eggplant parm for dinner since I had three beauties sitting on the kitchen counter.

 Put it in the oven and went out to tuck the girls in for the night.
 I'm liking the blurriness of this photo.
It happened again...all that moving.

 Back in the house by 7:30.  Dinner was ready.

 Made a little side of white pasta with butter, olive oil and Romano cheese.  So good!  Except for the cheese and the pasta, everything in the parm and salad was from our garden.
Night all.


  1. That's my kind of dinner! I've been buying eggplant at the Farmers Market and making eggplant parm every week. We love it!

  2. A perfect meal! Yum, yum, yum.

  3. That surely is a mighty sky. So enjoy all your visits with the 'girls'.


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