Action Bat Mitzvah photographer

 

 

 

1. Of these nine photos found on the Internet, from the same photographer, purportedly of bat mitzvahs, numbers three and seven seem traditional to me: one is a young woman at the Torah; the other is a woman being carried in a chair which used to be just for weddings or in the movies.  I think it would be interesting to hear the guy say “now put down the torah and at the count of three jump and kick your legs in the air like you’re someday going to be a gymnast at Stanford.”

2.

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If Kaylee ever gets a bat mitzvah she could forgo the silver yad And use her big toe

Kaylee Cole, jr, Flower Mound, Texas, majoring in Science and Technology

I guess it makes some sense for Stanford with its multi -million-dollar semi-pro athletic department to hire a glamour photographer to over-dramatize the excitement of women’s gymnastics. But to me it’s amusing how that forte apparently creeps into the same photographer’s work documenting the life events of the youth of our community, especially the fairer sex ( more vulnerable?).

3. And maybe what’s triggering this, beyond the chance meeting with Stanford’s version of a spider -Gwen —I’m saying the athlete I met could end up doing special operations for the CIA then running for president —is that I did attend a wonderful bar mitzvah recently of Ari and was struck by how hip and fun the events were;  I’m hoping it’s not the same photographer — and speaking of action, Ari is a champion snowboarder. I thought the graffiti baseball caps were a nice touch; Terry left early but I got her one that made a pun on the words “heart”and “art” — she being both a master print maker and an interventional cardiologist. Terry thought the girls were sensible to be wearing Nike and Adidas  with their skirts.

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About markweiss86

Mark Weiss, founder of Plastic Alto blog, is a concert promoter and artist manager in Palo Alto, as Earthwise Productions, with background as journalist, advertising copywriter, book store returns desk, college radio producer, city council and commissions candidate, high school basketball player; he also sang in local choir, and fronts an Allen Ginsberg tribute Beat Hotel Rm 32
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