Monday, September 29, 2008

Published

Or very soon to be! I was recently contacted by a university lecturer in Scotland about using a couple of my photo's of "The Women of India" for an article she is writing for a book on Roman dress, comparing it to Indian dress. The two photo's are from my post of the "Taj Mahal" and "The Woman of India" on my other Blog.

I was surprised and honored by the request and consider it a blessing to be asked. She was looking for images of everyday women in the Sari and the Shalwar Kameez, and I just happen to have both. An honor indeed and I can't wait to see what's next!!! I am coming up on a year back in photography and I guess I'll have to lose the beginner/newbie thing here real soon. I plan on putting together a slideshow from the last 12 months with some of my favorite shots to mark the occasion. Stay tuned.

David

7 comments:

Coach4Divas said...

Congratulations, Dave! When you follow your passion..magic happens. Stay open to the possibilities. You will be blown away by what the Universe presents.

Crystal Allison said...

Wonderful news Dave!

I'm very excited for you.

Crystal

Anonymous said...

Congratulations David!!! I have been watching your Blog and your pictures and words are very inspiring, uplifting, etc. Continued success in your future endeavors.

Wicked Wicks said...

Congrats!!! Dave, it's amazing how far your journey has taken you this year already. I can't wait to see what your future holds. Sorry I haven't been keeping up lately I was detached from the internet for a couple of weeks with my move, it's nice to finally be able to catch up.

David N. Beasley Jr. said...

Thanks for the support and encouragement everyone. Hard to believe its been a year since I started this journey and I look forward to what the future has to offer.

Anonymous said...

Hey Dave,
You definitely have the "eye" for photography----the "sharper" view.
Glad to see you doing good.

By the way, does your son play the trombone?? "Lunge on the line on eight"!!

Ed

David N. Beasley Jr. said...

Thanks Ed.

Yes, my oldest son Jaylen does play trombone in the 7th grade band. I have started to spill the beans about the days of Ivory Brock!