Monday, December 18, 2006
Well, it's Christmas time and I thought I would post a picture of my favorite tree. It is located at the tip of the Sagaponack cemetery. I shot this '05, the last year it was illuminated. It is always special to come upon it in the middle of the night like some sort of beacon. Best wishes for the holidays.
Thursday, November 23, 2006
Many of you may have seen this extraordinary sculpture by Anish Kapoor that has been installed in Rockefeller Center but for those who haven't, here are some shots from an unveiling party on Fifth Avenue. The piece really plays with one's perception of space.
Yes, I know southerners have been mixing cotton in with their bouquets since before the flood. However, I doubt anybody has done it with this much pizzazz--hundreds of blowsy garden roses, lemon leaves and puffs of cotton still on the branch. This bouquet was one of two seen at Richard Keith Langham's party for Angèle Parlange's charming new book Creole Thrift: Premium Southern Living Without Spending a Mint (HarperCollins).