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“The essence of the creative act is to see the familiar as strange – Anon”

Tools of the trade:

Canon 7D
50MM
11-16mm Tokina F 2.8 Wide Angle
28-135mm
CS2

  • Age: 43
  • Joined: May 2008

Journal

Monet Refuses the Operation

I really love this poem. I have to share with you all. / Claude Monet (1840—1926) was a French impressionist painter. As he aged, he developed cataracts, but refused to have them surgically removed. In this 46-line free verse poem, Monet, the speaker, tries to make the doctor understand his reasons for refusing the operation. / Doctor, you say there are no haloes / around the streetlights i…
Posted almost 3 years – 7 comments

The Sum of A Man ( Norah Pollard)

The Sum of A Man / “In autumn, / facing the end of his life, / he moved in with me. / We piled his belongings— / his army-issue boots, knife magazines, / Steely Dan tapes, his grinder, drill press, / sanders, belts and hacksaws— / in a heap all over the living room floor. / For two weeks he walked around the mess. / One night he stood looking down at it all / and said: “The sum total …
Posted almost 4 years – 1 comments

Best random statement

“When I first Heard this Song I Fell Into a deep trance and when I regained Clarity again I Found I had made an Indian canoe out of My Wardrobe! / And when I launched It at my Local Duck Pond It Floated!! / Unfotunately all my clothes Got Wet!” / Made me laugh. So weird, so awesome. / A comment left on youtube for this song: linked text / I love this band.
Posted over 4 years – 2 comments

My friend

Alright, well I have been nagging my photography buddy Jeremy to come and join our Red Bubble community for some time and finally he did it. You see in most of my photography what you can’t see is Jeremy standing there off to the side. We go out and shoot together and compare notes and generally help each other become better photographers. / On one of our latest photography outings we captu…
Posted over 4 years – 6 comments