Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Collecting Eno

My life is far from boring.
Today an email slipped in with this picture of Christopher Gurney.
I have always honored my word, I may be slow sometimes but follow through is key.  
I don't even remember half the things I do as I do so much to support others whenever possible.
 I sent Chris this a photograph of Eno many years back after working on a job for Travel & Liesure. 
 I have given many images to folks over the years and continue to do so.
Recently an artist from Burning Man commented on how many times he has been photographed and that I was the only one to ever send him a print.  Bingo.  I am just now filling the 2010 image to go out by August and its pretty cool to get a sweet print in the mail, one that stirs your heart in a good way.  Photography has been a huge vehicle for me to mingle in all worlds.  I have learned so much and made so many friend via my camera.  I love my tools and the Gods have blessed my with ideas and ability to see more than most.  I see it all and sometimes its just too much and other times its just right. I am grateful this day for my gift working through my body to reveal truth and creativity. I may never be banking green but my life is abundant with the real things that count and I know I am making a difference when I get letters and emails of thanks.
It makes a difference for me to know I've touched another soul in a good way.

"In 1989 or so you came to Disney Studios for the grand opening.
 I was fortunate enough to escort you and your assistant for most of the day.
I just wanted to thank you for the Eno print you sent me - one of my most
prized pieces. I'm now back in Knoxville, TN and have been a freelance audio
tech for 15 yrs.
Hope you are well and happy."

Christopher Gurney

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