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Men's Hemp Tee - Eco-Friendly Tees Tar Beaches 2

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I just ran across Spreadshirt the other day and now have been playing with putting some of the photos onto organic tees. Yes, only the organic ones. Sorry – they do cost a bit more, but your skin will thank you and so will the rest of us.


Women's Organic Cotton Fitted Tee - Eco-Friendly Tees Light & Shadow

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I have put mine under the username OUTtoSEE – after my website. And am even putting the OUTtoSEE on the upper back of many of them.

I will probably open a “shop” soon. Let you know how it goes….   –C.M.

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I don’t know what made me type in “Lime.com” out of the blue this morning (sticking with the color theme), but I found some wonderful things.  Look at what else I found through their site!

Wai Ching Studio.  Some absolutely beautiful, colorful, sensual clothing.  Creative and unique.

I would love to photograph one (or several) of her collections!

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WOW – I just found this.  It is very similar to an idea I have … and have yet to develop, but there is always room for more creativity and great ideas!

Check out the Meditation Room at Lime.com

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Adam and I are thinking about starting a line of organic (bamboo, hemp, etc.) Tees one of these days with our photos on them  (of course).  Adam does great detail and graphic shots and this is one image he is considering for a T.

Want to chime in with your suggestions and thoughts.  Feel free to email me at seeglover [at] gmail.com.  Love to hear what you think.

A photo of a spider web.

A photo of a spider web.

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As part of my book project, I am always doing word searches on google (mixing the words up to hopefully change the results) to find more roof top locations to shoot. Today I ran across a video clip by Summer Rayne Oakes on her new book about sustainable style and beauty where she talks about being invisibly green. I love the concept. It’s basically saying let ‘green’ be a natural part of every day life, not an issue.

And for me that has essentially been the case all of my adult life.  I’m a pacifist who espouses environmentally friendly living and always have – ever since an architecture course on passive solar design first lured me into the world of earth friendly living.

As for Summer Rayne, I am even more impressed now than I was when we spoke a few weeks ago.  Check her out. www.SummerRayne.net

And the book is a good (and useful) read. “Style, Naturally:  The Savvy Shopping Guide to Sustainable Style & Beauty”

So be invisibly green.  Be an example – not an issue.  Live a fabulous, fashionable, luxurious, happy, invisibly green life and everyone will want to know how you do it – so they can live that way, too.

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OK. I google myself periodically to see what pops up first. Especially now that work is no longer just flowing in week after week from the New York Times and I have to actually market myself. [sigh].

I recently signed me up for the site WeddingWire.com – which is supposed to link me up with all of the brides also checking out Martha Stewart.  But do either of those pop up when someone googles me? NO.

Optimize – people. Get it together. If it weren’t for the fact that I have been accepted by The Green Bride Guide association, I might be invisible. But luckily I am green … instead.

And FYI – yes, we are eco-friendly!!

The photo is one I took of Claudine Pepin’s wedding to Rollie Wesen a few years ago for the Style section of the New York Times.  One of my all time favs – of course they didn’t run this one.

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