Garry Winogrand – Words and Images – M’s Review.

I had originally written this as a comment on Bill’s previous post of the same title, but I thought because of its length and content that it warranted a post instead as it mirrors much of what Bill and I have already expounded in our series The Art and History of Street Photography. For those…

100 Days of Art – Day 20: Big … er, Cameras

Song: Silly Choreography: Full of jump cuts but little dancing Performers: Lovely, and expect Iggy Azalea to make the leap to the Big Screen SOONEST Cinematography: Artistry (View Big)   P.S. Dayum P.S.S Since Maria voiced (good-humoured) skepticism, I thought I’d post a video of the only butt-watching I do these days. 🙂

The Read thus Far

  I’m currently reading REDACTED by REDACTED (wink, wink, nudge, nudge). Okay, it’s REDACTED‘s 9th book, written under a pen name as a new novelist. However, she has convinced me it’s a debut novel, given I’m on page 74 and still don’t care for any of her characters except the lead’s sidekick. Someone or something…

Gojira! A Review from a lifelong fan

There are two kinds of Godzilla movies (ignoring the previous US fiasco wherein the big G-man was some kind of T-Rex mutant). The first kind is where Godzilla is a beast who (whether on purpose or by accident) ravages a city (usually Tokyo) and leaves thousands dead. In the second kind, Godzilla is a friendly…