and I started out with my little sidekick Meg but she pooped out and had to hitch a ride. I had my camera with me and couldn't keep my mind from thinking. I decided, why not take shots of all the signs I see with the letters A R T in them.....
Crazy as this sounds, it was fun seeing the different letter styles, etc.
A man came out of the building where I was taking photos (in a fancy suit) and asked me "What are you doing? Can I help you?" After explaining, I'm sure he thought I was a bit crazy but was relieved to know I wasn't taking shots for an insurance company or taking sneaky photos of his building.
That's me on the left.
Cherry blossoms in bloom.
Signs where you find the A R T letters.
Love this word...so random.
This isn't me.
But this is...shadow on the bridge.
Here's a tough one...unscramble
After taking all of these photos, I began to think that maybe those with the letters A R T in their names should have art inside their buildings.
Then realizing that my name doesn't have a T in it, I would need to do some changing of my name to make this rule happen.....I'm now thinking of a middle name for myself starting with a T. Suggestions?
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My name is Mary Lou Zeek and I own the Mary Lou Zeek Gallery. I spend my time promoting artists while attempting to keep my creative momentum in my own life. This blog is about people, places and things that inspire my creative process.