Hours of Idleness-A Photographer's Journey in St. Louis


Posted in photography by Jason Gray on December 31, 2010

Holiday cheer aside, winter brings to mind harsh realities more vividly than any other season. The last couple of weeks have been representative of that for me since I went directly from having the flu to catching an infection and having to go on antibiotics, and then we had to put one of my sick kitties to sleep. On top of that, the weather in St. Louis has been completely insane, ranging from the heavy snow that resulted in the picture above, to the several tornados that touched down around the metro area today (in 60 degree weather no less!). Anyway, art production has been slow, so this is all I’ve got for today.

Just re-read this, and realized that I am being kind of a Debbie-downer on New Year’s Eve. Sorry guys; I truly hope you are all having a nice celebration tonight! Here’s to 2011.


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  1. Debbie-downers mom said, on January 1, 2011 at 2:46 pm

    Dear Debbie-downer—remember everything is gonna be alright! If all times are peachy and rosie you wouldn’t really be able to appreciate them. Yesterday is the past, today and tomorrow is the here and now. Sit down, write a list (right now) of all the things you intend to be more grateful for this 2011. All of a sudden, I guarentee the sunflowers will pop up out of the winter blues.

  2. joseph said, on January 6, 2011 at 1:19 am

    i like it

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