Monday, September 24, 2007

What Are You Looking At?

My friends.

I want to know how they manage to do everything they do.

I can barely keep it together enough to post a couple times a week (if I'm lucky), and yet they juggle family, work and 2 two freakin' blogs.

And still, the let me play with them. In case you haven't figured it out, I am referring to those incredibly cute and talented folk, Jenn in Holland and the frustrated woman in a gay man's body - I mean, Soccer Mom in Denial. (Oops.)

And their relatively new venture, Looking Into. If you haven't Looked Into it yet, I am shocked. The people are fabulous artists, doing their parts for making the world a little more beautiful, one photograph at a time. And the fact that let me hang with them is just so damn cool.

Curious, now? You should be.

Today they are posting one of my favorite pics from my neighborhood in NOLA - thank you, my friends.

And to all my new friends, check out all the breathtaking photos they've put up - and spend some time Looking Into.

And really, really Look. Take a deep breath, relax, and enjoy the moment.

You'll be glad you did.

7 comment(s):

aimee / greeblemonkey

Yay! I am loving their experiment. Very fun, eh?

soccer mom in denial

Awwww.... shucks.

But I'm not FRUSTRATED!! :)


I do, actually, really, really look each day. Visiting their lovely photo blog is one of my real joys. And I loved your picture, Ken. Here's what I posted on Looking Into:

Lovely image here! I really enjoy the interplay of the design of the iron against the patterns of the shadow. COOL!

Really terrific photo.

painted maypole

did you take the picture? it's lovely.

drop me a line at and I'll send you my interview questions!


I look nearly everyday. And if I don't it is like a bonus to get to look at a couple images at a time.

It's a great idea.


Funny, I was taking photos of non-standard views of downtown Washinkgton, DC this afternoon, thinking of those two.

Thanks, Ken!


Jenn in Holland

Damn, you're good to me.

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