Monday, January 05, 2009


Frank, Dean & Bing

I am feeling really unmotivated to go out shooting anything - Ohio winters are ugly, white-skied things, and I don't like taking ugly pictures on purpose. I am working on other things to shoot, but I've had one illness after another since November, and just don't have a lot of energy to play around with the camera right now.

So here's a video just so you all don't forget me in the meantime.


ally. said...

we're right here trying to keep warm with you sweetie don't you worry

Mark Harvey said...

Could never forget your is one of my stops each week (at minimum). Thank you for all you do and best wishes for a healthy and happy '09.

Greer said...

Could never forget you and your beautiful photos. Rest and take care of yourself and inspiration will strike again before you know it.


Mikel J said...

I really enjoy your pictures and the quality music posted here. Sure am going to miss the amusement you provided. Get Well soon Dane.

Karswell said...

Hope you feel better Dania! If you need a pick up try making this:

If you eat too much of it though you'll wind up REALLY sick. It's sooo good though!

Sheherazade said...

Hope you feel well soon. Winters are ugly things. Even the name "winter" sounds gloomy. I wonder why they called it "win-ter" . No one wins. And as for "ter", well, just change the "e" to a "u" and add a "d" and you pretty much have what I think of them.

Can't forget you, Dane, I have you bookmarked.

halloween spirit said...

Hope you feel better soon. I'll miss your photos :)

Sparkleneely said...

Like I could forget you!!!! After all, you posted a video of one of my favorites. Didn't Lucy and Lucie do this number on "The Lucy Show"? I loved the puppet Lucille Ball on the opening credits...

I hope you are feeling better...


Dane said...

Ally: Are you feeling better too?

Wow, thank you Mark! I don't tend to hold much of my Halloween audience.

Oh, thank you, Greer. You're so nice!

Thank you very much, Mikel!

Steve: sounds good, and you know I love a recipe. :)

Sheherazade: Ha! I feel the same way.

Halloween Spirit: thank you so much!

Karen: It wouldn't surprise me if they did!


Music is posted for a short time, and while I use it in part to (hopefully, though not always) go along with the theme of the photo, I also post it in hopes someone will give it a try and fall in love with it as I have. Perhaps they will then seek out more by the artist and buy more cds. That's how it works with me, anyway. If you like it, pick it up at the store; support the artists you love.


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