Beth in a Jacques-Louis David painting
Beth in a Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot painting at the Chicago Art Institute.
Another at the Chicago Art Institute
Another I’m pretty sure I used in the Wall of Icon series, but I can’t find an original image of that one.
This is a painting at the Chicago Art Institute. I took a bunch of photos back in May, and I scheduled some of these to post while I was traveling. I have maybe a couple of weeks worth of these, so I’ll post these before I start to post the “fading away” images.
I miss that mischievous smile. The full version of this photo was posted around March 16th, or so.
This is actually a sloppy layering. I took so many photos I messed up some opportunities. Still, I like photos of her taking photos, for some odd reason.
I’m a bit surprised we took so many photos in standard restaurants. I suppose we didn’t eat out at ones we loved really often, or anything, but we ate at places like Salween Thai all the time, and I don’t have even one photo there.
I posted one from Hector’s a long time ago. I didn’t realize I had this second one until recently, so I’m finally posting this alternate photo, although I had to combine photos to make this.
I suppose I posted the other one because she looks so full of bliss in that one.
Still adorable, though.
This was done on an iPhone, oddly. I was just testing this location, but I kept the image. The Market Basket is no longer at this location.
Again, Diane and Mike’s old apartment merged with their current one in Boston.