07-07-08 & 07-12-08

Going to put two folders of images out there on this post. The folders 07-07-08 and 07-12-08 contain pictures of light painting of flowers and from Saucy Jack’s night at Ames on the Half Shell.

I haven’t really done much light painting lately. It is something I need to try my hand at again.

I remember Saucy Jack being the worst band to play Ames on the Half Shell the times I attended Ames on the Half Shell. They were booked every year because they had a connection with somebody who maybe was once a Jacyees. They were kind of a poor man’s Hairball, only without the limited musicianship. Also, without the theatrics.


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07-12-08 - Saucy Jack

07-12-08 - Saucy Jack

07-12-08 - Saucy Jack

07-12-08 - Saucy Jack

07-12-08 - Saucy Jack

07-12-08 - Saucy Jack

07-12-08 - Saucy Jack

07-12-08 - Saucy Jack

07-12-08 - Saucy Jack

07-12-08 - Saucy Jack

07-12-08 - Saucy Jack

07-12-08 - Saucy Jack

07-12-08 - Saucy Jack

07-12-08 - Saucy Jack

07-12-08 - Saucy Jack

By adding these pictures to the Photography 139 Photo Gallery, I was able to restore the following “An Artist’s Notebook” entries to their original gallery:

Night Visions

Saucy Jack

Next Saturday’s walk down memory lane will involve lots of softball, among other things.

6 thoughts on “07-07-08 & 07-12-08”

  1. They apparently are still around.

    The main thing I remember about them (perhaps the only thing) is that they played a Foo Fighters song and then a Gun’n’Roses song decidedly slower than they are supposed to be played. I kind of tuned them out after that.

  2. They were doing it hard rock style, just about 10% slower than they were supposed to be. Maybe they just have a bad drummer.

  3. It is, perhaps, a Christopher D. Bennett classic. 1 of the joys (only joy) is rediscovering old memories or old photos that I have forgotten.

    Almost makes up for how frustrating going back and fixing the old blogs so that they look right. I mean, I don’t need to. Nobody is going back and looking at my blogs from 2008, but it will make easier on my future museum.

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