Saturday, January 10, 2009

CES 09'. Part - 3.

I'm getting pretty close to the end on this. But - whatever I don't get out today, probably doesn't get to the blog.

So - I don't know why, but the AVN's are at CES. It has been that way since the beginning of time. I've always been curious to go. Some of the reason is because I've known a ton of techies who have gone, and it just seems like the thing to do. On the other hand - I'm not sure what my point is. I'm not in it for the pern angle. Yeah - I mis-spelled that. You understand why.

Since I'm sort of neutral on the whole pern thing - I don't know if I feel right just going to harsh the girls. Lets face it, some of the girls that are on the outside of the AVN's look ridden pretty hard.

I'm not sure I feel comfortable being that blog. Then the question becomes - what is there that is interesting to photograph?

Maybe just the interaction would be interesting. Like with this gal.

She noticed I was taking a shot at her, and in the most confident way grew a large smile. It was a brief moment, but it made me smile. I took my one shot, and gave her the thumbs up. She nodded, and I was off. Those are the moments I like in photography. I'm not sure that's what I'd get out of that whole show. But, I guess I do want to go once.

And in an effort to contradict myself - booth babes. When - oh when - is the tramp stamp trend going to end? When? It was almost like a dress code.

Oddly enough - this year when we were leaving the Sands where the AVN's are, there were protesters.


  1. Ya know I had to Google the AVN thing. At first I thought you were talking about some sort of weird Anne McCafery (??) sub-sect. But you wern't capetelizing Pern. Then I realized....oooooohhhhh.... Pr00n!

    Sadly, yes, I have a tramp stamp. I'm glad I got it there though, because we were at a semi formal dinner awhile ago, and man, honking huge tattoos on a gal in a formal dress looks really, really bad.

  2. Ha ha! Do you want to reveal what it is?

    I would have been the chick with the naval tattoo, but Mr S. was all puritan about dating girls with tattoo's.