I guess I am on a roll tonight. I just got done with the pictures from the MIR20 Sunday Market. I’ll get the Saturday Contest photos done at some point over the week. Enjoy.
I’ve been rather busy over the past few weeks and I am finally getting around to getting the rest of my MIR20 pictures up. Here are the pictures from the Saturday Market. I am going to focus on the Sunday Market next and come back to the contest later. Enjoy
I’ve had a long week at work and now I just want to strangle Adobe Lightroom. I foolishly upgraded to the latest patch and somehow in 6.7 they managed to completely destroy any performance left in it. It takes over 10 seconds to load the next photo. This is not what I needed as I get time to deal with the next back of MIR photos.
Sorry if anyone is waiting for them. I am going to try and get the next few batches up shortly.
It’s been a tough few days, but working on photos has helped reduce some of the stress.
To get my mind off of the election results I started to process the pictures I took from MIR20. So far I have finished up the Friday Market pictures
Last night we shattered.
Today we protest.
Tomorrow we prepare.
In January we fight!
We don’t know what exactly what will happen yet. Congress holds a lot of power and there are enough rifts that maybe the Republicans in congress will come to their senses and block some this madness. Maybe the reaction we are having is over blown. I want to believe that things are not going to be as bad as I fear. I want to have hope, but it is so dark outside.
Regardless of what may happen – we need to prepare to fight.
For the first time ever in my life, I am worried about my personal safety and right to exist as an openly gay American even in a city like SF. I feel like it is time to prepare for this four year long battle.
The photo below is from the Kemang Wa Lehulere: In All My Wildest Dreams art exhibation at the Art Institute of Chicago. When I took this photo of the shattered dogs installed as part of the exhibition, I never thought this is how I would feel merely 12 hours after.
As I keep things synced up with my laptop, I try and post an image or two here and there so that I don’t get hounded by everyone for pictures. So far there has been nothing nightmare inducing from Teri Yaki yet.