I normally don't put people on this blog but today I have to include two special people. I don't know this woman but she was sitting in front of a Starbuck's in Park Slope, a neighborhood in Brooklyn, where we lived many years ago. We were sitting outside, taking a break, while a big street fair was going on, and there she was. Fabulous. I wish I'd spoken to her and asked her name. I hope she doesn't mind that I shared her with you.
Again, I don't usually put up photos of myself, but had to post this one of me with The Brooklyn Baby Doll, who is so glam all the time. She's one of the Mermaids featured in the Documentary that our gal co-produced, Mermaids of New York. The last time I saw her in person, she was so busy with paparazzi that I didn't get a photo. I wanted to be sure to get one this trip and I did. I'm the short one!
Here I am, waiting for a subway train at a very un-glam stop.
This is a view of the display of ceramics at the ippodo gallery/shop. They have the most beautiful, contemporary Japanese ceramics. We love to stop there when we're in NYC. The work of MAEDA Masahiro was on display and it was so beautiful.