Much is made about accidentally summoning a demon, but just think about how that must make a demon feel? I mean, he/she/it/they respond to your call, ready to do some damage, and its all like hand fluttering and “oh dear” and nary a request for limitless power or destruction of the universe or whatever.
I suspect this is really why demons are always in a bad mood, constant interruptions by people with poor planning skills. So, always have some nice hot tea ready when attempting to read Latin, fix a buttonhole, calculate your taxes, and other such activities prone to accidental demon summoning. Then if a demon is invoked, simply act nonchalant and offer a spot of tea. Viola! New BFF, and a happy demon.
I’ve been working on an evaluation of audio line level tube buffers. I had to start over because I forgot to check my baseline lab setup was performing correctly. A bad cable and a “this won’t make any difference” change cost me about 10 hours of work. Live and remember to learn!
Chey is a traveling model I’ve worked with several times. She was briefly available on her way to Canada, so of course I had to shoot with her. Her exotic looks and sunny personality are perfect for a beach shoot.
She even brought her own prop. 🙂 That’s Leo, her travel buddy.
I’m interested in multiple things, so this blog will cover a lot of ground.
Today’s tasks were repair a Dyanco ST70 (vintage tube amp), edit a photo set, prep for photographing New Music Works tomorrow, and some misc around the house chores. And weeding!
Here’s a funny cell camera shot of a recent addition to the family.