Monday, October 6, 2008

Integration


Over the weekend, I did away with one of my two Flickr accounts. It just got too crazy, maintaining two separate identities, and it seemed silly. The original idea was to have one account for my street art pics and one for everyday life. But I think it’s better to integrate the two -- it gives the pics variety and makes me seem more like a whole person!

I’m mentioning this for two reasons:

1. It took me a while to shift over the most important photos from the personal account. Whew!

2. If you watched my personal Flickr, or even saw the badge on this page, now you'll know where it went.

Had a nice day yesterday. I slept in in the morning, and then went walking through Chelsea in the afternoon, followed by a massage. Watched “Winter Light,” the second Bergman flick, and read a bit. It was a nice, slow-paced weekend.

(Photo: Greenpoint, Brooklyn, Sept. 2008)

12 comments:

Reya Mellicker said...

Sleep in the a.m.
A walk through Chelsea
A massage

That is a recipe for a perfect day. Wow.

Congrats on the integration. Makes sense (and is another very practical application of your will to organize and downsize.) Yeah!

herding tapeworms said...

The picture for today is great. It's so crisp and I like the layers of shapes.

Would you recommend your massage therapist?

tut-tut said...

Great picture; it seems to have composed itself. That cone ties in in somehow.

What are you reading?

LadrĂ³n de Basura (a.k.a. Junk Thief) said...

I like the combo of Bergman and a massage, unlikely integration but intriguing.

mouse (aka kimy) said...

what a lovely sounding day. a lovely reward for all your hard work shifting the pics!

Barbara said...

Sounds like the perfect way to spend a Sunday. I can imagine your photos are organized as well as the rest of your life.

You remind me of how much I need a massage.

Laurie Brandriet Keller said...

I, too, need a massage! I love today's photo ... that it actually enhanced it to have the cone and trash cans. What a fabulous pattern, and then the flag : ) you make the ordinary extraordinary. xoxo.

J. David Zacko-Smith said...

Your weekend sounds wonderful. Mine was similar, minus the massage - which reminds me that I am overdue for one!

e said...

I want your life, including the massage therapist! It's been about four months since my last one!

Fabulous weekend...

Merle Sneed said...

What a fine weekend. I've never had a massage.

lettuce said...

why are traffic cones so appealing?

(or is it just me :o/ )



(actually, ofc, i know from flickr that its NOT just me :-] )

ArtSparker said...

See the pyramids along the Nile...I mean the streets of Brooklyn...