Saturday, January 3, 2009
Due to a camera memory malfunction, Balloon Release 30 will have to be represented by artwork. The balloon itself was released from the lovely brown beaches of Galveston, TX at about 5 P.M. on January 3, 2009, drifting north toward Houston. Lexi released the balloon while I shot the image as seen above. Luckily I have professional skills to let you see the dramatic liftoff of the balloon with a thirty foot ribbon attached! The drawing is almost photographic, except their were only two balloons. And they were pink. And the beach is browner. And it was hazy. And Lexi and Trixi are both cuter. Slightly.
I can wholeheartedly say do not buy a Kodak EasyShare C713, as this is the second time the camera has mysteriously lost over 100 images, both times pix that were impossible to replace. Like the balloon release. Like a huge amount of hard to reproduce images for three other online projects. Like photos of my sister visiting me for the first time ever. Kodak, sorry, but you suck. Sorry for the rant, if interested in my review read it on CNET.
For a more positive ending- Balloon Release 30! 30% to One Hundred! When are YOU going to release a balloon and send us the images and story.
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