“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


Friday, December 5, 2014

Just Follow Me....

Baaaa Booooom.  Finally, a sunrise with some sun.
 A little milder this morning.

 After chores I grabbed a quick shower, drove to the village and picked up Sally.  I had to have a bracelet repaired at the jewelers in Spencerport so we went for a little ride.
 The guard had broken and they were kind enough to repair it....no charge.

 Sally suggested lunch at Java when we were finished.
 Greek panini, of course.
 Thank you Todd!

Afterward I stopped at the Morgan Manning House for Candlelight Christmas.


Home around 2.
Spent part of the afternoon helping a friend learn a few things about his new iphone 6, before going out to do chores.

 At 5:30 we met Roger and Tina and drove over to Albion.  We stopped at the Crooked Door for dinner before heading over to an art opening at Marti's.  I loved this part of the menu (since the restaurant is right next to the canal).
 I was trying to take pictures of a string of Christmas lights and this kept happening.

 Pretty cool....
 At 7:30 we arrived at the opening.

 Tonight, the downstairs gallery featured Peter Monacelli.
 Aren't the light reflections just beautious?
The entire exhibition was based on the lyrics to a song from the 60s.  There was a drawing for each line.  Quite an interesting concept!
 A group of painters meets weekly at the gallery and their work was also on display.

A beautiful show, lots of variety and many talented artists.
 We had a great time.
Night all.


  1. Wow what a wonderful day. Shopping with friends is the best. I noticed a lovely hat in there, nice colours gave me an idea:) Enjoy your weekend Lori. HUG B

  2. I love that painting of the apple tree in the snow. So evocative!

  3. Wow -- thank you for taking us along on a full day's outing!

  4. What a full but fun and enjoyable day from start to finish, especially the exhibition, so much talent!


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