Either way, it should be ready to go public much earlier than my calendar was last year, which was December 31 – somewhat late in the calendar game these days. While last year’s calendar was composed of art nude images made outdoors, this year’s calendar is of images made indoors. The photos I’m posting here today are part of the new calendar.
However, since my 2008 calendar of outdoor images was ready for sale so late last year, I may choose to update it to 2009, offering anybody interested a choice between indoor and outdoor imagery.
In other news, I’ve also been spending time working on my new website. Most of the work has been done, with the bulk of the remaining work being to fill the photo galleries with images. So far, I’ve spent more time on the art nude galleries than those with my travel photos, but before I go live with the new site I’d like the two sides of imagery to be roughly even.
I watched the vice-presidential debate earlier this evening. There were no major surprises. Some people expected to see Sarah Palin fall on her face (figuratively speaking), but I’d read that she did a lot of debating in Alaska so I wasn’t surprised to see her stay on her feet. While I thought she came across the best talking about her family and stuff like that, I felt that Biden looked much better and more relaxed when discussing the issues.
I’m voting for Obama next month (thought I supported Hillary in the primary) and I agree much more with Obama’s policies than those of McCain, but aside from that, I got this impression: that when Biden spoke about most issues, he did so from knowledge and experience; when Palin spoke about these things, I felt that she was just reading from a script or a teleprompter, without having a real underlying knowledge of what she was saying. In short: Sarah Palin is not qualified to take over as President of the United States.
I was also tired of constantly hearing her referring to herself and John McCain as “mavericks.” I think it’s one thing to have others call you that, but when you keep on calling yourself that it sounds very disingenuous.
The other question about the governor of Alaska is: which is the real Sarah Palin – the one who was on TV tonight or the one who did not do well in interviews these last couple of weeks?
If you’re interested in keeping up with what the polls are saying, here’s a website you can view to keep current with the tallies: