Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Blog Foto

(I can't seem to post or replace my blog photo, so I'll leave this entry up at the top. Please scroll down for latest blog entry)

Lorna Dee Cervantes 12/23/07
foto by Francisco J. Dominguez
copyright 2007

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6 Comments:

Blogger Lee Herrick said...

I love this photo.

20/1/08 10:38  
Blogger Coyote Today, Crane Tomorrow said...

I recently started my first blog, and have just begun searching for poetry blogs, starting with the about.com site. Given that I hadn't seen any before yours is really exciting to me for starters because your strategy and choices for layout are so close to mine... Which to me is a good thing... And I lived in San Francisco from '87 to '00. Lately I've been trying to decide where to move to in the Spring from Boulder... I'm going to comment on your poetry in your blog later in the course of the day. I love the photo... my blog is http://thecopperceiling.blogspot.com/

27/1/08 11:40  
Blogger Robert Vasquez said...

You have a Rollieflex! I'm envious.

You probably know that Arbus started out with a Rollieflex (she's one of my favorite photographers). I used to own a Leica M3, but I had to sell it years ago when I was unemployed.

All the best.

31/1/08 18:14  
Blogger Coyote Today, Crane Tomorrow said...

Speaking of what passes for beauty, I guess this is a good place to say how much Poets and Writers Magazine gets me pissed off for being obsessed with only commercially photogenic writers, so it can have photogenic pictures in its magazine. Is Poets and Writers ever going to have a picture of writer actually showing the furrows and weight of thought??? Not only would Poe or Baudelaire never appear on their cover, neither would Auden, for example, whose wrinkles were extraordinary. I doubt even Virginia Wolff would have gotten into Poets and Writers. They might as well just fill their magazine with pictures of Paris Hilton and call her a writer; after all since acting is defined by her looks now... I've got a deep socketed glower and a burning stare that says my poetry will undo any superficiality that comes my way.,..

1/2/08 07:46  
Blogger Diana Marie Delgado said...

Love the red lipstick!

10/2/08 18:29  
Anonymous nezua said...

what a gorgeous foto and a beautiful energy.

16/3/08 09:47  

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