Posted Date: November 21, 2009author:LDCategories:Mostly a pictureWeekend bonus shotWeekend bonus shot, 11.21.09 Confident boy, Berkeley, CA. Post navigation Previous PostPrevious postProof positiveNext PostNext post3,472 in a series In a similar vein: Posted Date: August 10, 2013Diner confidential Posted Date: January 29, 2007Smoochapalooza Posted Date: July 22, 2006July 24, 2006Airport terminal blues, or Baby’s first sports bar 6 thoughts on “Weekend bonus shot, 11.21.09” Love the expression on his face… just a hint of a smile. Log in to Reply Yeah, Impy McImperson, that lil’ dickens. I took a bunch of pictures of him and his sister when she had fashioned an outfit out of a plastic bag. Unfortunately the outfit did not cover enough of her as to be ready for prime time. Sally Mann meets Robert Mapplethorpe, basically. He might have been smiling about anything by this point. Log in to Reply Gosh, he’s getting so big. I miss those curls 🙂 Log in to Reply You and me too! O, how painful it was. The Mrs. gave his bangs a trim (against his very strong will: Sampson got nuthin’ on him). Then nipped a bit more here and there. Next thing you know, he looked like Rod Stewart and Edward Scissorshands’ love child, and we had to go to the barber shop. Thereafter, all entreaties to leave as much as possible somehow got heard as: Standard Boy Cut. Which he became. Standard BIG Boy. Sigh. Friends with older kids tell me all the skater dudes wear their hair long, so we have hope again in the future. Log in to Reply What impossibly white surface is he stood against? There were no white services like that when I were a kid, I made sure of it 😛 Log in to Reply 😉 It’s actually a portraiture backdrop (that I rolled down from the gutter along our porch roof). The sister’s plastic bag Halloween outfit inspired the official treatment. True enough, if we had any white walls in our place, they wouldn’t stay that way for long! Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.