After work Friday 11/13/15, Sue came home and helped me load up the display frames to take to Pease to assemble for tomorrow's Photography Exhibit at the Pease Tradeport Fall Festival.
Hauling the frames into the display area was tricky because there was a biting cold wind that howled through the parking area. No matter how I tried to orient the display frames, the wind made them act like sails! I'm glad we didn't have to take in all of her framed photos because that would have been a miserable ordeal.
Saturday morning we were up and out the door by 7:30am after loading up both cars with over 30 framed photographs and several small baskets of cards. The venue had opened at 7:30am to allow participants time to set up their booths prior to the 10:00am opening.
Good thing we got there early. Sue had to leave at 8:30am for a photography seminar back in Dover featuring Todd Gipstein (National Geographic photographer Todd Gipstein). Sue had 3 of her photographs chosen by him for display at Dover's Camera Commons; an event we went to 10/10/15. That was going to be four hours, so I had to finish the set up and then man the booth until 1:30pm when Sue would return. And it took me unitl 10:15am to finish that setup! Just made it!
The event was fairly busy through the morning, but then slowed down after lunch. Sue sold a few things, but what was most impressive were all of the really kind and complementary comments folks made about her work. I am, and have been, so proud of her talent.