Los Angeles street photos (and a few words) by Laurie Allee
See how easy this is? :-)
I love your photography, Laurie. Glad to see that you're still blogging. I recently went back to Glimpses and found this blog. I miss the way Glimpses used to be, and the old days of blogging!
Just stopping by to say hello! I see you're no longer on Instagram and I have missed your photos. Find me on Instagram to say hello if you dare go back!
Hi Green Guy! I was happy to get this notification! Yes, I'm pretty anti social media these days and my life is better for it. I'm still checking in on Twitter for art and politics -- but in very limited doses. (Read Deep Work, the End of Absence and The Shallows! They changed my life regarding social media!) I'll peak in at your IG. Hope you and Jan are well!
I love the Three of Wands!
Very nice street work.
Thank you, Anon!
Hey thanks for the book tweet of your list. There are some really interesting books on there I had never heard of before. I also like your photos a lot. I only knew you from your tweets so this is nice to meet you in a way. :-)Rosie from Twitter
Wow, you have great taste in books. I was going to recommend Howard Zinn’s People’s History if you haven’t already read it. Ted Bishop
Hi Rosie! Thank you so much! It's nice to meet you here, too. Hi Ted!Howard Zinn's People's History of the US is one of my favorite books, and a must read! (Chris Harmon's People's History of the World is similarly good, and obviously inspired by Zinn. It covers history from struggling people's POV from the Stone Age to present day. It's also a really good audio narration if you're into audio books.)
I wanted to tell you how much I like your photographs. I didn't realize you were still actively blogging. I used to follow you at your South Pasadena blog, which I liked very much. I am happy to see that you are still making such beautiful art with your camera.
Thank you so much, Anonymous!
Hey, where have you been? Miss seeing you here and on Twitter.Liza
Hi Liza!Been taking a break working on two big new blogs. THey're coming in August. THanks for checking in with me!L
Hey there glad to see you are so busy. Keep it coming!Liza
Hi Laurie!New photos! Excellent.
Howdy Green Guy! Thanks for stopping by!
Laurie! I saw the news of all your new blogs on Facebook! Good heavens you have been busy! It's so great to see all your recent photos plus all of the writing on your book and analog sites. Good job, girl!Sally K
Hi Sally!Thank you so much! I've been enjoying your newsletter, too!
Cool film on street photography. Appreciate your pointing it out and hosting it.
I just met you today and I not only put your number in my contacts but I checked out all of your work. I love it! Looking forward to connecting this year.
Hi Anonymous. I'm so glad you liked the film! Check back every month for a new one.
Hello Jessie! I'm replying here, but I also emailed you. Thanks for taking a look at my photos! I, too, am looking forward to connecting with the kids this year.
Should I feel bad that I didn't know who Joel Meyerowitz was? I really enjoyed the film and also love discovering another streetphotographer.
Hi Lily, and welome!Nah, don't feel bad you didn't know about Meyerowitz... just feel good you know about him now! I don't know that he has the name recognition of Winogrand or Evans but I think he's right up there with them. I also love that he is still working and evolving and trying new things in his 80s. #lifegoals!Thanks for stopping by!
Really cool Noirvember homage. I love your night photos.Marta (from Twitter)
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