I embarked on another whirly trip, flying from Boston to NYC, riding with Ryan down to Philly to go see the magnificent Trillian Stars in a production of Hamlet. She played Horatio, a traditionally male role. It was divine.
Driving out of Brooklyn, digging the Brooklyn Bridge and the mighty Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, built in 1964 and still one of the longest suspension bridges in the world.
Flowers (that are actually leaves and berries) in Kyle and Trillian’s hood.
Below, Kyle, Ryan and Brian walking into the beautiful Hedgerow Theater building, and below that, Kyle and Jared Reed (who played Hamlet with incredible ease and clarity) talking about filming their swordfight.
Ryan and Trillian Stars and a beautiful PUPPY.
I love every part of the 30th Street Station. Waiting for the SEPTA train to the airport, having fun with vertical panoramas.
On the train to the Philly airport, fall blazing away outside.
Stopping in New York
I am in love with NYC and that’s a fact.
Lastly, a digital painting of a photo that Bill took in Providence, at the Swan Point Cemetery, current lodgings of H.P. Lovecraft. WORK.
What I want to say to people sometimes.