Re: photography in Nashville, Virginia, wherever

From: Shawn Curry ^lt;>
Date: 06/02/04-05:23:21 PM Z
Message-id: <001f01c448f8$983c6280$0901a8c0@ZappBrannigan>

Without a doubt, there is a plethora of "interesting" T-shirts in
Myrtle Beach. That town probably has more T-shirt shops per capita
than any place along the east coast.


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----- Original Message -----
From: "Sandy King" <>
To: <>
Sent: Wednesday, June 02, 2004 6:49 PM
Subject: Re: photography in Nashville, Virginia, wherever

> Judy,
> Yes, the coast is the place to be in July. And for T-shirts Myrtle
> Beach, SC is at or near the top. Lots of other places have more
> (Charleston, SC in particular) but Myrtle Beach is in a class (or
> perhaps non/class) of its own, which many southerners attribute
> primarily to the very high percentage of tourists from the
> US and northeast Canada.
> Sandy
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> >Judy,
> >
> >Think about the coast along North Carolina, South Carolina &
> >Georgia. Should get you a lot of
> >t-shirts, some nice coast line, nice islands, Savannah is kinda
> >neat. A number of the Southern states have licenses which allow
> >to carry concealed weapons, so maybe you can get some T-Shirt shots
> >with the bulge of a magnum underneath. Sam or Sandy might be able
> >get you a Clemson Tiger Paw t-shirt. I don't know if they license
> >concealed cameras or not. I imagine it is a bit hot in these
> >in July.
> >
> >I saw some good t-shirts there like:
> >"I'm his other brother Bubba"
> >"Kudzu is a terrorist plot"
> >"Your Honor, if we get a divorce, does that mean we aren't brother
> >and sister anymore?"
> >"Gum Printers Motto : Expose It & Hose It"
> >on a hospital gown: "I'm a gum printer-I don't eat Orange Jell-O!"
> >
> >For your Canon and short arms, how about an elastic neck strap for
> >it? Just don't hold it at arms length and then suddenly let go of
> >it after taking a shot, unless you are wearing a helmet with a face
> >mask.
> >
> >I may start at my sister's home in Connecticut this fall and drive
> >the coastline down to Florida. Though maybe I'll wait til after
> >election.
> >
> >Mark Nelson
> >
> >
> >In a message dated 6/2/04 1:50:31 PM, writes:
> >
> >>
> >>Cor and Christina inspire me to ask the list -- I want to go
SOUTH, that
> >>is south of New Jersey, to photograph probably in July (I'd prefer
> >>but can't miss Gay Pride month in NYC)... but I want, um, how to
say this
> >>without starting a riot -- well, I'm photographing T-shirts on
people, and
> >>I already have all the "Good Bush/ Bad Bush" and other signs of
blue state
> >>politics I can use. I'm looking for the kind that say something
about "my
> >>cold dead hands" or similar articles of truth.
> >>
> >>Experience in NYC suggests that both tourists & "natives" inhabit
> >>kinds of places and (in NYC anyway) walk between them. Nashville
> >>like it might work... my problem being that I don't drive a car.
> >>Christina, is there a "center of town" ? Besides the tourist
> >>malls are fine -- except they're usually out in the nether
regions... (I
> >>am of course spoiled by NYC mass transit, and realize I've been
living in
> >>an unreal world.... am I going to have to get a drivers license in
my old
> >>age? Another option is bicycle, but I think it's hot in Tennessee
in July,
> >>right?
> >>
> >>But Tennessee is sooooo far away. Looking at the map, Virginia
> >>closer. I know there's one city : Wheeling -- ooops I better
check again,
> >>I think that's West Virginia. Any suggestions about congested
scenes in
> >>Virginia?
> >>
> >>And about that blow to the head , Christina -- I can relate. I
> >>FINALLY getting past some of the hiccups with the Cannon Powershot
G5. (I
> >>think it would be easier & quicker to learn to drive.) But the
> >>lens is a horror, and I find that when framing with the LCD
monitor I want
> >>to hold it at arm's length -- but with the strap around my nexk
> >>not enough leeway. (and my arms are short.... maybe the same folks
> >>planned the instruction manual planned the neck cord?)
> >>
> >>So you wrap it around your wrist -- I wouldn't tempt fate with
that, not
> >>anticipating a blow in the head, but just some other how losing
it. Are
> >>there longer cords available, does anyone know?
> >>
> >>Thanks in advance for any/all advisories... more about the G5 in
> >>course.
> >>
> >>Judy
Received on Wed Jun 2 17:23:34 2004

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