Potty Water to Potty Mouth

I’ve never had the problems others describe with the airline food. Then again, maybe the unlimited wine on Air France flights caused me not to notice. Now, a disturbing story resurfaces again citing an unidentified flight attendant, warning the public about drinking coffee made from the same water that flows through airplane toilets. Previous stories have noted that this water, at times, tested to be contaminated. Moral of the story—Trust nothing… except for those little, sealed, liquor bottles.

I’ve still amazed at how many television broadcasters are letting loose saying “shithole” as they report the President’s latest controversy. It’s fun that network censors have been temporarily controlled, but my only concern is for younger children. They have enough language distractions without being exposed to another ‘potty mouth.’

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jtolbertjr

A former event photographer, I became an early adopter of, advocate for, and then a digital camera addict. After half-a-million frames taken and thousands of dollars spent, I no longer stress over the camera brand or worry about the number of megapixels. I ignore the marketing of the camera manufacturers that promote technology over the eyes of the photographer. I’ve returned to simple film cameras with the understanding that one should not have to be a Ph.D. in physics to operate a camera. Photography doesn’t have to be complicated. Visualizing the moment and finding the light is more important. Just point, shoot, and preserve your memories, create your art. After 15 years of being an “unofficial” camera engineer for Nikon, Canon, Leica, Fuji, and Ricoh, I’m still on a journey of recovery. Along the way, I’ll share how I adapt to a more considered photographic practice that promotes a more contemplative way of life.