A Life in Photographic Art my second book details here
Morning in Olympia, no really daybreak I rarely see this maybe it is still time zones, bad sleep, pain? But today the sun has come up dancing through my window. Old roads in Willi I always saw the Sun Rise. Norwich the first 10 years up and out early for I only had North windows but the Coffee was hot and the company was invigorating creative from Kyrena’s to Merrihews both opened at 8 but the door was open to me when I arrived between 7 and 7:30 warm Portuguese rolls at Merrihews and by the second third cup of joe Kyrena was bringing me a small plate of the lunch special. Try this Peter yum it was always perfect. Does it need a little more … Maybe a touch. The Reverend Jim at Kyrena’s and Shannon, Jim played a starring roll throughout my travels and the changing Coffee shops forward to City Perk and Kokopeleis. Latitudes on weekends at first and Joanne enters along Michelle who I had photographed through the window of Kyrena’s with Berta and The Scribe serving coffee. Kokopeli’s my Grumpy cup from Amanda was always full. The Muse was blooming.
Jeff and Jennifer Bishop holding doors open for me even thought I was dead during the 2011 troubles. Jeff helping me into the digital age while keeping my focus solid in film. Jennifer a calm voice to answer insulin questions and be there laughing about growing up together before we met. Two reasons to love the internet. Rees from Flagstaff another pixel friend who has become a real life confident creative and highly into B+W
I sit and write remembering a yellow poster with a wooden stool on it my daughter had in her room when she was “3ie” “Sometimes I sit and think, sometimes I just sit.” The Muse will be here soon and my mind will be taken to wonderful realms of creativity. Many more friends have held doors for me Marko sending me music when I need now listening to Punk Rock Jukebox from 2011 dedicated to me while I was hospitalized. peace pjc
Photographic Art Silver Gelatin Figures
Nice. Yes, I too remember all of the coffee shops that came and sadly, went. Nice stroll down memory lane, PJC!
Peter J. Crowley says
Thank you enjoy pjc
Kathy Lepak says
Beautiful work. I hope that you are adjusting well to your new surroundings. Happy that you are with your family:)
Peter J. Crowley says
Thank you. I am finding myself here. Going through old prints yesterday there was Hugh lit by that damn 60 watt bulb at The Coventry Arts Commission Coffee House. Many good memories that include you. A door held open for me by a wonderful artist who took my Art Deco series to a new level with exquisite hand coloring. Rosin up that bow, fill your pens with ink continue to create wonder. peace pjc