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September 2006 : Tuesday Sep 2006 : Tuesday
Eva’s dream is to finish business school and then figure out what to do with her life.
Eva is currently in Amsterdam on a dinner cruise with her boyfriend. She wants to get married and have a little girl. Her boyfriend smiles and nods.
(this is from my Portraits portfolio on Flickr)
This was shot about 8:30 PM as evening fell in a pastoral and quaint area of the Netherlands. The farmhouse and windmills were painted with bright pastels, made even more potent by the setting sun.
The famous Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam has been temporarily converted into an art show all about fashion. They draped red velvet all over the place to make it look more artsy and less churchy. Although I don’t think it really worked, but at least it made for an interesting photograph.
Here are a few more shots for my Portraits Series. These were taken during the Reason event in Amsterdam last week, when Trey Parker and Matt Stone were giving a keynote speech. They were a riot, as usual. These guys are my comedic heroes just barely ahead of Bob Saget. A selection of pictures below are from the press conference that was held the next day when a bunch of non-Reason related “journalists” came in to interview Matt and Trey. It was unfortunate that the quality of questions was so dismal. I was sitting there with a bunch of really cutting questions that they would have appreicated more than, “Why did you move your animation team to Korea?” That question was, like the others, based on the reporter not really knowing his countries or his cartoons.
This is Trey.
Trey’s dream is be a movie producer and sit in a trailer with Matt while complaining about the first class service on their last flight.
Trey is currently emotionally drained by half-wit reporters that are asking him inane and poorly-researched questions.
This is Matt.
Matt’s dream is to someday marry Andrew Sullivan and raise a brood of Scientologists.
Matt is currently in Amsterdam at the Reason conference. He has just finished describing how Michael Moore grossly misrepresnted him in Bowling for Columbine. His tone is of slight disgust but not malice.
(btw Matt, I have the “other” pictures ready too… And don’t forget to call your fellow Libertarian to make you a “movie-game-that-doesn’t-suck”)
Well in Amsterdam it is hard to tell the difference between who is high and who is not high, since everyone is pretty laid back anyway. As you can see in this canal-side cafe, everyone is pretty relaxed. This was taken with the new camera, and if you have the bandwidth, there is nice detail on the HUGE version.