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Monday, December 1, 2008

Images in Starbucks during December





For from now through New Year's, I have four sepia toned images on display and for sale in the Starbucks at Central Ave and Richmond Street in London. I guess you could say it is a solo show. Not a gallery exactly, but it is a small high traffic gallery in which people sit and drink coffee - as Morgan put it. :)

I won't be in there except to check up on the images now and then, but if you happen to be downtown and warming up after skating or checking out the lights in Victoria Park, pop in and have a nice grande chai tea latte and have a look.

Or you could order a Non fat half caff triple grande quarter sweet sugar free vanilla non-fat lactaid extra hot extra foamy caramel macchiato, which would give you more time to look while the poor barista tries to build that for you -but seriously don't order that. :)

Mike

Mike Wood Photography

8 comments:

josh0 said...

These prints look great. (I opted not to challenge the barista to your drink "suggestion.")

Greyscale Territory said...

Each image spins a sense of dramatic sensitivity! Powerful photos!

A Paperback Writer said...

Very, very lovely indeed. I could never hope to have such professionalism.

Alexia said...

Stunning shots. I particularly like the third one - so much in it. Would be a great starter for a short story...

Carmi said...

I was in the same Williams just last week. The stuff they had on the wall couldn't hold a candle to your work. You really are gifted behind the lens.

Time to lobby them for The Mike Wood Exhibit, Part II

Steve Gravano said...

Excellent, I love the two top images.

Karen Sather said...

Beautiful sepia! Very moving photos; each havning their own stories! All exquisite.

bruce said...

something about things in disrepair lends itself to sepia...

it kinda makes the image even more forelorn...

excellent shots..