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Here’s another example of planets aligning. Awaas’ final performance was held on Casablanca Cruises, a rather unique environment for concert photography. As such, I tried to be keenly aware of the other boats in the bay — opportunities to weave them into the story. When this sloop approached our port bow, I knew it was time to get ready. As luck would have it, the ever-flamboyant Beth Dazet had dressed in a dazzling mermaid costume and she raised her arm at the precise moment of symmetry when the boats were beam-on-beam. Also, it’s impossible to take a bad picture of Zachary Howard.
Awaas at Empire, July 24