Penfifteen is a photoblogging project, inspired by 3191: A Year of Mornings. We are best friends who no longer live in the same place, and we thought it was a fun idea to each post a photo a day.

Phase One: April-July 2007
Bridge (the top picture each day) lives in New York. Kate lived there until August 2006, and is currently braving the tough streets of rural New Hampshire.

Phase Two: April 2008-

Bridge (still the top photo) is now in London. Kate is in Cambridge, MA.


6 Responses to “About”

  1. Judi Says:

    I found your blog through another blog, Leah Hennen’s, More Ways to Waste Time. Anyway, just wanted to say how I enjoy your blog. And I especially love the Two Friends series. I am doing the same with a friend of mine who lives in NC. I’m in CA. Your images are fun and inspiring.
    Way to go!

    • kate Says:

      Judi- Thanks for your kind words! Bridge and I keep stopping w/ the photo project and restarting, but I’m sure we will gear it back up at some point. Meanwhile you’re stuck w/ my food ramblings!

  2. Judi Says:

    Kate- I find your food ramblings interesting. Actually, I made your carrot salad the other evening. We loved it served on a bed of fresh greens from my garden. Its Fall out here and my lettuces are lovely, if not a bit young still.
    I’m going to attempt to make my first ever batch of Turkish Delights candies this weekend. If they fail I’ll resort to my old standby, chocolate caramel pecan toffee.
    But my heart is hoping for the delights!
    Hope your weekend is grand.

  3. kate Says:

    You know, I’ve never eaten Turkish Delight–when I was a kid I made up what it must be, during 900 re-reads of The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, and I never wanted to mess up my fantasy, you know? Let me know how it goes; I’m scared of candy-making!

    Also, I just checked out your website–WOW. I adore your food photography. Do you sell prints anywhere? My mom would really love your stuff and I know she’s looking for some food photos for her house.

  4. Judi Says:

    I’ll be sure to keep you posted on the TDs. Every year I try to come up with a different candy to make for the Holidays. I don’t know how I ended up with Turkish Delights for this year’s project.
    And thank you for your kind words about my photography. I usually shoot for hire and thus don’t have images anywhere that are shop-able. If you gave me a hint of topic/s (fruits, veggies, beverages…) I could probably put together a small web site of things she could look at and I would print them for her.
    We’re finally expecting some measurable rain this weekend and I can’t wait. I hope our chickens will be okay in the 40 degree temps that will be accompanying the wetness. Sounds like a perfect weekend to stay in and make candy.

  5. Judi Says:

    My first attempt at making Turkish Delights was a complete flop!
    I’m going to give it another shot today….
    This is more difficult than it seemed in the beginning. No wonder they’re so expensive!

    More to follow…

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