Alternate title for this blog post:
A Boy and His Photog.
Looking out of our windows, we see ever-changing theatre. We see sky shows with helicopters, bi-planes, and blimps soaring around—sometimes at eye-level. We see, and listen to, concerts courtesy of the Downtown Partnership and the myriad of vocal and instrumental artists who arrive ready to entertain for just our smiles and applause. We have Street Fairs, Farmer's Markets, and Art Shows.
And day and night, we see hundreds of different people doing hundreds of different things in hundreds of different windows.
Now and then we are treated to a special, more intimate show.
A Boy and His Photog 2 - Sheraton, Baltimore
Nude photo shoots in hotels seem to be very innocent—often comically-funny-from-a-distance—events to catch a glimpse of. It can take a longtime for the photographer to get all of the "living props" where they should be. Photographing nude models makes photographing fresh cut flowers, raw seafood and meat, and ready-to-serve food seem like child's play.
By the way, if this post seems off topic, I assure you that some of the poses that these models construct truly qualify them to be designated: Performing Artist. Hey, their poses almost qualify them to be in Cirque Du Soleil.
Ok then, that's all on this topic. Well, until the Fireman's Convention arrives in Baltimore, later this year.