In a somehow typical fashion, I post last year’s November photos on the last day of this year’s. Just in time. My ex liked calling things he did “just in time”, but that meant watering the plants on the brink of dying. Sometimes I felt … Continue reading November 2017
Today five examples of standing out – or is it blending in? – in images by three. Because Leya asked for it. First, this door from Piran looks stonewashed. It wasn’t me. Maybe it was the snail army to help conceal their spy. Second example … Continue reading Lens-Artists PC: Blending out or standing in?
This is my cat collection from my first month in Slovenia for the new edition of Lens-Artists Photo Challenge on the subject of soft. Even though I have a dog, I like cats because they know what it means to live in the present. 😉 … Continue reading Lens-Artists PC: Soft balls
Challenge 11: “A poem that addresses the future.” Dressing the future My future? That’s an easy one. I die. We all die. It’s so certain that there’s no need for Future or Future Perfect Tense. I die. First, the perfect present continues – “I have been … Continue reading Day 11: The future in a cemetery
Today pictures and captions tell almost all the story. These cats were photographed on many different occasions since last September until today. All seem to reside on #19. In the meantime the young ones have grown. Much fun in determining who has become who. In … Continue reading WPC: The story of dog walking
But first this: In an attempt to provide my One-Minute Memoir, I overlooked the fact that I’d have to pay for my life. There is no way somebody will make me pay for my creativity. I mean, if I can’t get others to pay me, … Continue reading Now we can celebrate, Baca