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Friday, February 24, 2006

GOYA Friday - Holga in Silver Spring

For this week's GOYA, I took my Holga to Silver Spring, Maryland when I went to Alchemy to show some of my artwork to Brenda, the owner. The snow was thawing and water was running all over the streets. I thought the way the sun glistened on the trails of water was really cool, and am glad the photos came out how I was hoping they would.

Today I actually just dropped off about 11 pieces of artwork there, including the mixed media pieces I posted earlier and about 7 photos, some of which are from this very Holga project. The Chinatown photo that is currently my blog header is there! And while I was there, I bought a pair of earrings to make up for my favorite pair that I lost on Valentine's day. Hopefully I won't lose these... they came from Bolivia. Very cool...


Schmidt said...

I want a holga! Do I want a holga? I think I do. Your holgas are beautiful.

Erin said...

thanks for the compliments : )

holgas are fun, but sort of unpredictable. that's what makes them so fun and challenging!

i'm hoping to have a show of this work once i've shot enough work worthy to fill one... i'll keep everyone posted about that... making the good, big prints will be my summer project.

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