Academia is one of the few places that accommodate quirky people. Which is why I’m there. Annoyingly, academia also includes perfectly normal people. Which is where the clash between the normal and the quirky happens. Guess on which side I am. (If you hazarded “normal”, I forgive you because you must be new here.) As
Month: November 2014
My cat looks somewhat melancholic today.
The clue for this week’s WordPress Photo Challenge is converge. I say converge what? Is that a swearword? While not being able to properly imagine converge, I imagine it could be something like electrical wires converging at the mast.
The last prompt of Photo 101 challenge is the word triumph. I don’t believe in triumph. The existentialist in me wonders how one can triumph when we all die at the end? I’m presenting an ambiguous triumph then: Edinburgh’s Holyrood Abbey, a triumph of the medieval builders as much as a triumph of the storm that took its
WordPress Photo 101 challenge is done with, but not so much the beautiful photoblogs I came across when participating. While I risk that I’ll get my camera thrown at my head for not mentioning everyone, I’ll hazard to commend to your attention a few of my new favourite photobloggers. Andy Townend’s Belgianstreets and Belgradestreets have city life photos that
Today’s keyword in the Photo 101 challenge, double, made me chuckle like Chucky Doll. It was a private joke of a person whose diploma thesis dealt with the literary motif of the double and who leads double existence as a sane person by day and an insane blogger by night. For the sake of your sanity,
Are you fed up with my railway photos yet? I’m fed up with the railways, but I can’t help using them. So in response to Photo 101 clue edge, I’m vengefully posting another pair of railway landscape, appropriately grungy and edgy, as one would expect at the edge of civilisation. The photos show a disused bridge