Visiting Yarmouth’s Clam Festival yesterday, I drove down a street lined with chairs. The bright colors and patterns were striking, and I was moved to get out of my car barefoot and shoot photographs with my iPhone 4. I still can’t thank Steve Jobs enough for the incredible technology and freedom that my iPhone gives me! The chairs wait patiently, there since this past Sunday, for the parade at the Clam Festival.
After taking these photographs I called J.S. McCarthy Printers, my incredible print shop whose team has done a wonderful job with my fine art poster calendars, and asked them if they could do a post card within a few days so I could offer this year’s images right at this year’s Clam Festival. They’re so great and quick, I’ll have the post cards for sale at our table on Friday.
Lois and I will be at the Clam Festival tonight from 6pm to 8pm, Friday and Saturday from 9am to 9pm, and on Sunday from 9am to 5pm among the crafts vendors. I’m proud to present my latest effort, a 5×7 2011 Desk Poster Calendar of the Nubble Lighthouse (Cape Neddick Light) that includes 5 of my most stunning photos of this most famous light in York Beach, Maine. Of course I’ll also have my 2011 fine art nature photography poster calendars (wall and desk size) as well, featuring pictures mostly from Maine but also from around other states in New England.
The poster calendars all come up in the top ten results if you search for “2011 photography calendars” on Amazon, something I’m very excited about. Doing such searches and clicking on my items in Amazon helps with this, and I appreciate your support when you search on Amazon or Google for me and my calendars.
See you at the Clam Festival! Remember to come by and say hello to Lois and I, and see Lois’ unusual and beautiful sea glass jewelry, her little treasure boxes tied with ribbon and filled with beautiful sea glass we found while walking the beaches in Maine, and her very special photography pins that make tiny show pieces of both of our photography.