Epic, post-apocalyptic photograph

Today, I’m going to be one of many creative minds behind a photography shoot featuring a woman riding a motor cycle through a post-apocalyptic desert scene with a shotgun on her back and a live monkey sitting on the model’s shoulder.

The photo is a green screen shot. The background will be added later, but the crux of the shot will be created today in the studio.

I haven’t had a lot of time to post since Friday, as you may be able to tell. The weather has been gorgeous, and I hope you can understand that I wanted to take advantage of it a little. I don’t want you to think that the blog is the only thing I have in my life. Little honk.

Friday afternoon, I played golf for the first time in about 16 years. My cousin Pete, who lives here in Chicago, has decided to move to Austin, Texas. The golf outing was a sort of going away guys’ day out.

For 16 years off, I was pleased with my game. It’s not like riding a bike, but I had some decent moments.

Friday evening, Tina and I had a date-ish night. I made steak tacos and we watched 127 hours. I also texted and emailed with Xina to see if she’d send pictures of her lovely cats for Caturday.

If you haven’t seen 127 hours, it’s a good watch. Danny Boyle is a badass director, and I thought the movie worked well.

Yesterday, I spent most of the day doing errands and working out. I ran 5.75 miles and swam about a 1/2 mile. Last night, I made a couple pizzas for some friends and we played a couple games.

By the way, Scattergories is a crappy game.

We also watched Roman Polanski’s Ghost Writer last week, which I highly recommend.

I hope the weather in your neck of the woods is as beautiful as it is here today. If it is, get out and play for a while. You can thank me later.

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