In the words of New York socialite and major league fashion plate Nan Kempner, “I go to the opening of an envelope.” Obviously, I don’t have Ms. Kempner’s social connections or money, but I do go to every single event in existence in Boston.
Today I went to see a circus sized envelope at TD Garden. It was an excellent show, obviously. With this first image, I like to joke that this is what my average day at work looks like:
The only difference between that image and my everyday existence is that I’m usually drinking a cup of coffee from Dunkin Donuts. Obviously, everything else is the same.
I didn’t bring my big camera with me because the security at TD Garden is so absolutely awful and I thought they were going to take my camera away from me anyway before I entered. They don’t allow backpacks at TD Garden and then don’t provide lockers or a coat check or something. You have to pay $10 to a guy in a liquor store to store your stuff. REALLY?
Anyway, I took my little digital camera and thought maybe I could do something with the fake tilt shift setting, but then I got some more stuff too that doesn’t look quite so mini. The results are sort of weirder looking than usual, but I like them: