Murals, graffiti and bicycles, Amsterdam. Click to enlarge and read quote.
Well, that was an expensive lesson! Moral of the story: If you need a photography website put together, make sure the person you ask has actually done such work previously and can provide examples. Since returning from Amsterdam Monday night, I've spent at least 15 hours a day glued to the computer, trying to salvage a photography presention. But you won't see any links to that website here; the less said about it, the better. The site will have to be completely redone by a professional.
In another expensive lesson, certain right-wing Republicans and their cheerleaders at Faux "news" and talk radio have flipped over the new Minnesota Senator Al Franken. Um, who was it that dragged the recount out over seven months? Why that would be those same disrespectful Republicans! Apparently, democracy only applies if they get their own way - just ask the Rupert Murdoch owned-and-influenced Wall Street Journal.
This weekend, I'm hoping to find time to catch up on your blogs and email. I also have some stories and photos from Amsterdam to prepare. My British chef (oh, the irony!) will prepare a proper Independence Day feast. Hope you have a great Fourth of July weekend!