Politics and photography don’t mix

Posted on Wednesday 29 April 2009

For quite awhile, I’ve been focusing (haha Polimom! Good pun!) this blog primarily on photography — or at least, trying to use my photography to enhance how I look at the world.

Yes, I’ve babbled and dabbled about politics here and there, but for the most part, I’ve held back — not necessarily because I wasn’t following events, but because I really didn’t want to go “there” again.

Lately, though, I’ve been getting sucked back in.  (It really is kinda like a vortex, ya know?)  Commenting here and there, leading to posts here and there….  and before I knew it, I was hooked again!

But I still like this quiet little space here, just the way it is these days.

So, I re-launched Polimom, Too today over at the Houston Chronicle.

I haven’t a clue how much I’ll be writing (much less whether anyone will read it!) — but as I wrote there today, sitting on the sidelines worrying and complaining is not going to solve anything.

I’ll try to remember to mention here when I post there, but I can’t promise anything.  Because I’ve decided that politics and photography really don’t mix well.

3 Comments for 'Politics and photography don’t mix'

  1.  
    April 29, 2009 | 3:21 pm
     

    Maybe photomom.com?

  2.  
    April 29, 2009 | 3:44 pm
     

    HAHAHA @ marc!

  3.  
    April 30, 2009 | 1:46 pm
     

    Or she could mix politics and drug abuse in athletics, and call it poliroid.com.

    ~EdT.

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