Delivery should be around May 2008.
“Beyoncé gave us officially 50 seconds, and that’s all it was,” Shaw said. “She came up in a cloud of mist, and the first 30 seconds she was just standing there. She was silhouetted by backlight, stood still, turned around, and started to sing. She sang like two notes and then a stage hand got up in front of me and said, OK, that’s it. That’s the best shot you’re going to get.’ And we were out of
Got 4 pictures picture published yesterday in The Gazette for a single story on street kids who will produce, with professional guidance from artist Jean Beaulieu and help from social workers at the Maison Dauphine day center, a total of 17 stained-glass windows that will be displayed at the cruise ship terminal. A really good story by freelance journalist Mark Cardwell.
Artist Jean Beaulieu says he got tired of being asked for spare change by street kids: he decided to take action.
Technical: Canon EOS 1d Mark II, 1/250 at f2,2 with a 85mm prime lens – ISO 125 + flash bounced into an umbrella on the left
Chloé Langlois, a Maison Dauphine employee, works on the stained-glass project alongside the six street kids
Technical: Canon EOS 1d Mark II, 1/250 at f6,3 with a 85mm prime lens – ISO 200 + flash bounced into an umbrella on the back of the subject