Here’s another photo of Revielle that I made during my trip to Ohio this past August. This one, though, is part of my double exposure series. This is a series that I work on now and then – basically when I remember to do it on when on location – to try to create a different look to some of my images. Some work, some don’t. I don’t necessarily think it’s one of my best, but I like it all the same. Hopefully you will to.

I made some other double exposures with Revielle and I’ll be posting some of those in the future. **************************************************************

As for me, I’ve finally finished working overtime at the office. I worked two consecutive weekends (Saturday and Sunday), worked five consecutive twelve hour days and put in nearly 70 hours of OT in about a week and a half. It’s good to get back home at a normal time, though today I got home an hour late because of a subway delay.

Still, today was a pretty good day overall, as I had lunch with a friend at a good Vietnamese restaurant in Greenwich Village. On the way to the restaurant, we met the actor Wallace Shawn on the street and talked with him for a short time. (Well, it was us mostly talking to him, telling him what characters we remembered seeing him play on the screen, like the Grand Nagus Zek in “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” and Diane Keaton’s old boyfriend in “Annie Hall.” He seemed to appreciate it.)
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