“A Blessing for the Tennis Player”
The early Wimbledon rounds are going on right now. Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to watch any of them yet on TV, but in past years some of the most exciting matches have occurred in the early rounds. And it seems, always, that one or more of the big names gets defeated by some young and somewhat anonymous player. That’s what makes it so interesting, on both the men’s and women’s side.
I am going to put “A Blessing for the Tennis Player” in photo poem format, a sample of which is shown here. I hope to make a product page for it this weekend, but there are a lot of things going on right now. This will be 6 by 4 inches, framed, and contains part of the full poem which is shown on the print-on-matte version (click on the name right here: “A Blessing for the Tennis Player“) to see it. There will be two versions of this in the 6×4 inch size. These will be sold as downloads or with frames.
So watch this space! And watch Wimbledon! It’s great!
If you are in the Chicago area, I will be displaying a number of items at the Farmers’ Market in Lake Zurich tomorrow, Friday, June 27, at Paulus Park. Come on by and say hi, and see what a picture poem looks like! And buy something from the farmers too! Good food here!