Here are some framed 4×6 images that will be available in limited supply at the reception this Wednesday, July 9th from 5-7pm at Mug Shots Coffee House in Oroville!
Well the installation of the 31 images has been completed, and for those of you that cannot see the images in person hanging on the red brick walls of Mug Shots Coffee House in Oroville, I have uploaded them to my website! Here is the direct link to the Paris April 2014 Collection.
As other pieces are added to the collection, I will advise here on future posts!
2014, 399 images, April, Au Vieux Paris d'Arcole, Bassin de l'Arsenal, CA, Friday the 13th, July, Moulin Rouge, Mug Shots, Musee Carnavalet Gardens, Notre Dame, Oroville, Paris, Place des Vosges, Pont de Bir-Hakeim, Pont Neuf, Reception, Rue Ravignan Stocking Store
Well it has been Forty Days since I got home from Paris, and all of this time I have been key wording the 29,684 photos that we took during our April 2014 trip! I have also finally narrowed down the images that I want to seriously look at to print for our up coming showing at Mug Shots, on the brick walls, during the whole month of July. That narrowed down list now has 399 images in it and I have a date with the printer this Friday the 13th to go over what and how I want the final show images printed. Back to the salt mines as they say!
Our reception has been set for July 9th 5-7pm, 2014 at Mug Shots, 2040 Montgomery St, Oroville, CA 95965. Please join us if you can.
Here are a couple of images that we are thinking of printing!
2014, April, Greenland, Hudson Bay, I missed my wife, Iceland, Mt. Shasta, Mug Shots, my knees were barking at me, not a hard thing to do, Oroville, Pacific Ocean, Paris, Point Reyes, seeing what was salvageable, SFO just minutes away, throwing everything out the 4th story window, tired and worn out, Welcome to California
Saying goodbye to Paris at this point was not a hard thing to do, I was tired and worn out from all of the stairs, my knees were barking at me with every step and I missed my wife! I was able to get help from the owner of the apartment to help me get my two carry-ons and my two pieces of luggage down the stairs and up to the curb to meet my driver for the ride to the Charles de Gaulle Airport. Without his help, I was left with only the thought of throwing everything out the 4th story window and going down the stairs and seeing what was salvageable to take home!
I was looking forward to the actual flight home because on the two trips in the past I had great views of Iceland, Greenland and the Hudson Bay out my window on those flights! With a little luck with the weather I might get a third chance to view these three land and water features.