Once in a while good things happen that warrant mentioning. During the tumultuous times of 911, some African-American kids, some of Haitian descent, were unjustly arrested by the FBI for their “alleged” involvement in contributing to 911. But time was on their side and eventually they got released from prison. “In the Shadow of 911” is an upcoming documentary film by the famed director Dan Reed from “Leaving Nevertheland” the very successful documentary on Michael Jackson. At the height of his stardom, the world’s biggest pop star, Michael Jackson, began long-running relationships with two boys, aged seven and ten, and their families. They now allege that he sexually abused them. The documentary, In the Shadow of 911, tells the story of the so-called ‘Liberty City Seven’ — a group of young Black men accused of assisting Al Qaeda in a plot to blow up buildings within the USA. Produced by Reed’s production outfit Amos Pictures, he considers the film to be his most complex and challenging documentary to date. The Liberty City Seven were not …
I don’t know if it may still be there, that little magic touch of the “click” at the right moment. We’ll see how it goes. I stopped having fun a long time ago with my photography, so perhaps a GR is what I may need to spark it up again.
I’m always amazed at the capabilities of this little pocket camera. Here’s a sampling from a recent photowalk.
2.5 lbs of the best meats per person, sangria and wine to your hearts content, welcome to Graziano’s one of the best Argentinian restaurants in Miami, and one I wholeheartedly recommend. Enjoy. images captured by the Ricoh GR and processed in ACR & Photoshop CC
Welcome back old friend ― I missed you, somewhat.
If you spend too much time thinking about a thing, you’ll never get it done ― Bruce Lee