Photo Friday

Friday, January 22nd, 2021

“Character, like a photograph, develops in darkness.” – Yousuf Karsh

They finally made it home, only to realize they forgot the eggs.
– Flashback –
“Ok, dad! …For how long?
Are we going somewhere this time?”
Ok, here he comes, here he comes!
On the count of three – we’ll yell, ‘Surprise!’
I’m dreaming of a white tuna fish roll…
(Reading from a tourist map of Brooklyn)
It says here that this is the greenest block in Brooklyn…well isn’t that neat!
(Looking up from the map in anticipation)
You ring it, I’ll wait right here…
Have you met our new doorman?
Peloton’s newest class.
Do they look tiny? My arms?
I mean, they’re as long as my nose.
I’m not complaining or anything.

“Taking pictures is like tiptoeing into the kitchen late at night and stealing Oreo cookies.” – Diane Arbus

A song to kickstart the weekend: One Too Many by Keith Urban and Pink on Spotify/YouTube.

“I base most of my fashion taste on what doesn’t itch.” – Gilda Radner
Pin on SNL

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