Tuesday, February 24, 2009
I am not the kind of photographer who carries her camera everywhere she goes and photographs anything, all the time. But I happened to have my camera with me when I went to Lou Jones’ opening reception of his latest show REDUX ii in the Gallery at the Piano Factory in South Boston last weekend.
And when I heard Jazz being played and I saw the Bass and the Saxophone ... I just couldn’t help it.
Why is it that I am so drawn to musical instruments?
Thanks Lou for this wonderful opportunity to meet interesting people, great music and for sharing your wonderful photographs with us.
PS: Arnold Cheatham - the Saxophone player - is an accomplished photographer himself.
Oops, I have some catching up to do:
Bikes not Bombs had approached me to ask if I could cover another event for them, and I was delighted as their events are always interesting and fun (and loaded with good Karma)
Enrique Peñalosa is a former Mayor of Bogota, Columbia, an accomplished public official, economist and administrator. While mayor, Peñalosa was responsible for numerous radical improvements to the city of Bogota and its citizens. He promoted a city model giving priority to children and public spaces and restricting private car use, building hundreds of kilometers of sidewalks, bicycle paths, pedestrian streets, greenways, and parks.
During his four day visit to Boston early February '09, he participated in several events, one of which was the afternoon with Bikes not Bombs. He saw the BNB headquarter, went on a tour thru the Southwest Corridor Park in JP and returned to BNB HQ for his inspiring presentation.
I am thrilled I got the chance to cover the event, and I am looking forward to the next …
"Public space is for living, doing business, kissing, and playing. Its value can't be measured with economics or mathematics; it must be felt with the soul."
To see more photos of Enrique's visit at BNB check out the album below.
|Enrique Peñalosa speaks on Economic Justice|