Perfect

I have not written in a long time.  There has been no time, I say.  Of course, there has been time. . .I have just used it differently–in other ways–walking, cooking, creating test questions, calling parents, running errands.  I just read a book where the main character is an artist who hasn’t done art for almost two decades.  She writes to an old friend–a lengthy, rambling letter–and the friend says to her, “Stop this.  You must create or you will become a menace to society.”  I think I might need to hang that up over every door I walk through on a daily basis.  I must create or I will become a menace to society.

Photo with different filters.  (I don’t know this little girl, nor did I ask her mother’s permission to photograph her or put her on the internets–however, I will say that she looks like any 15-18 month old little girl on the beach from a distance.)  This falls under the category of creating–not being a menace to society.

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6 thoughts on “Perfect

  1. Not that the mom would mind but the fact is that you don’t need permission if the person or persons are incidental to the image. If, for instance, your intent was to capture a seascape then you don’t need usage permission from someone who just happens to be in the shot.

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  2. That Galveston beach…. makes for good pictures of little kids 🙂 And that book excerpt sounds like a page out of my life! (What book is it?) I’m home having a day of vacation. Trying to console myself since the art museum is closed.

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