4.05.2006

Accidental Encounter

6 Comments:

Blogger PB said...

Damn! I hate screwing up a comment.

Just wanted to say that I like this composition; you have a good eye.

Have you ever checked the link to Tom (Digitalscenic) on my site? I think you two might enjoy each other's work.

4:43 PM  
Blogger Jeni said...

I think I checked it out from work, and unfortunately, my company blocks so much stuff that many of his pictures wouldn't load. I will have to reinvestigate.

Thank you for the compliment. This picture was truly an accident. I had climbed part of a fence to take a picture of a townhouse that I liked. I just stuck my arm up and aimed. When I got the picture back, I was like, "Crap! But cool." I had forgotten to take the zoom off the camera.

In other news, I saw that you've posted a lot. I'm saving it for my morning read tomorrow. :)

Why is it that you and J are always turned away from the camera? I guess that's intentional, huh.

8:57 PM  
Blogger PB said...

I posted a really clever comment here this morning, complete with full-frontal nudes of J and me, but Blogger froze up when I tried to upload. Guess it blew a wad. (-;

Actually, I prefer the freedom of anonymity, which obviously would be compromised if I posted our faces. I don't mind tossing up an old image of me now and then, since I looked much different back then. But J has the same exotic look now that she had when we met, so she prefers that I not post shots that show her pretty face.

I'll be posting a few J Series shots that I've manipulated, but only those that J approves in advance.

7:50 PM  
Blogger Jeni said...

Well, maybe you'll have to send me a few pictures. I'm very curious about the both of you. I promise not to stalk...you're on the other side of the country anyway. :)

You've mentioned that J is a writer too. Does she have a blog? If not, maybe you should get her to do a guest post.

10:49 PM  
Blogger PB said...

J writes, but that's not her vocation. She doesn't have a blog, but she does contribute to this one, in a way. We talked many times about starting a website to help couples deal with the kinds of problems that we've faced and overcome, provide resources that have benefitted us, gently suggest the power of Tantra to heal and empower. Instead, I started my blog, which has become a venue for our story. J is half of us, so it's as much her blog as it is mine.

I have invited her to post. Maybe she will one day. Wouldn't THAT be cool?

10:55 AM  
Blogger Jeni said...

I understand that the blog is a part of her, but it's still not her voice, which is so unique in each person. I think it would be really cool if she did a guest post.

Tell her your readers are demanding it. :)

12:04 PM  

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