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A friend sent me this picture a little while ago. I’d actually seen it before; it’s been circulating around the internet for a while. It’s always been a favorite of mine. My friend suggested that this photograph depicts a Conference … Continue reading
“Please do not touch the displays. For they are hot, and they will FALL.” (Hand lettered sign and found art poem. Live blogged from the last remaining furniture display in the ever expanding Christmas decoration department at Menards. Last chance … Continue reading
Hulk write poem, eat waffle. Good haiku this time. Hulk see bug crawl floor, Breakfast time at coffee shop. OK. It just fly.
I’m building a character called Thoreau. Or Darwin or Hawthorn or Melville, or whatever the wonderful Galapagos tortoise at the little zoo in the Park with the Stone Bridge in downtown Kekionga is going to end up being called. I’m … Continue reading
You saw one of his feet yesterday, and here is the rest of him. This is Emerson. Emerson is a Galapagos tortoise, and he lives in a big sunny pen inside the glass house conservatory at the Toledo Zoo. (He … Continue reading
Two sentence fiction, illustrated: Professor Lykander found this old cigar box in the junk shop. “Not bad, ” he said, and he bought it for a dollar.
Took a disreputably long photography walk one day last week, and ended up, as so often happens, at the cafe. Beside buying a coffee and a cinnamon scone and photographing my cameras* (“cafe cameras” is an ongoing series on my … Continue reading
Let’s drop in on this month’s “Inktober” drawing challenge. I’m trying it this year by combining my regular Drawing of the Day project with the prompt list and daily posting requirement of the online challenge. (Read some of my thoughts … Continue reading
Halloween has gone a bit too far this year. Spiders do not have skeletons. A rat, yes, but not a spider. A spider has an exoskeleton. That means chitin (like fingernails or the shell on a shrimp) on the outside, … Continue reading