Pictures with the Press 2008
Pam Bates and Judy Helfand at the Registan in
Samarkand, Uzbekistan, traveling along the Silk Route.
Serenity reigns in Mary Oscategui’s
Cindy Corby publicly peruses the Press at the Pyramids.
Submitted by Ken Dern.
Portrait of a young Aidan Eljumaily (center) and cousins
in Dublin, with James Joyce catching up.
Above right: Greg Guerrazzi at the Silver Dollar Saloon, Wort
Hotel, Jackson, WY.
First Prize: Gemma & Siena
Guerrazzi are busted for feeding
the bears at Klick’s K_L Ranch
outside of Augusta, Montana.
Tracy McMullin of Glen Ellen
relaxes with Emily and Kerouac.
The Lorenc family in Balinese rice fields. L-R: Local
worker Johnny with Lucas and Paulina Lorenc, Sekoah Salkin
of Glen Ellen, and Johnny’s daughter.
Kathy Bongiovanni wraps it up (the lavender,
that is) in her Kenwood backyard.
Mitchell Katzel calmly peruses the Press in a Zen
dry rock garden at the Daitoku-ji Temple complex in Kyoto,
Third Prize: The Kenwood School Band takes a
reading breakinfront of the Kenwood Community Church while rehearsing for the 2008 Fourth of July
celebrations. We’re guessing the bassoon player's a ringer. Thanks to band director Karen Haslag.
Below right: Marde Gardener Ross poses with Papua’s Huli Wigmen on a wild South Seas adventure. The dancers were
very interested in local real estate.
Five-year-old Dallas McComas is
well armed and obviousy well read.
Second Prize: Five-month-old Holly McComas
news in the KP’s August 1 Disaster Issue.
Phyllis Doerr and her canary, Sparky. He gets the
“second read” from the bottom of his cage.
Top: Linda Salomon and Sue Crockett, and bottom: Bob
Salomon, Sue McCoy, Dale McCoy and Dave Crockett
read the Press while touring Plumas County and Mt.
Lassen in Ford Motor Company’s designated 1914 Model
T Touring Car, celebrating the T’s 100th anniversary.
Savannah, Luke, Jackie and Karla Schloemp doing time
Oakmont’s Star Power in Fredericksburg, Texas,
taking a break at the General Store.
Gay & Lefty Stern at the Taj Mahal, sharing the Press
with guide Jaivardhan Singh Rathore.
Chairman Mao reads the Press over
Loralee Wellington’s shoulder at the
entrance to Beijing’s Forbidden City.