In response to WP Weekly Photo Challenge: Sweet. My interpretation of this week’s clue is even looser than usual (not to be confused with loser, though the latter also incidentally applies). I don’t know what’s sweet about solitude and the picture doesn’t even capture solitude (there were plenty of people around), but I make a
In response to WP Weekly Photo Challenge: Tour Guide. If I liked something about where I live, which I don’t, it would be the sheer ugliness of the place. When I see death and decay, I know I’m home, sort of.
In response to WP Weekly Photo Challenge: Variations. Ben Huberman of WordPress says variations, thinking of music (and cheese). I hear variations, and think of poetry (and permutations). Poetry shall be the easier of the two. World is crazier and more of it than we think, Incorrigibly plural. I peel and portion A tangerine and
In response to WP Weekly Photo Challenge: Silence. I do wish we could chat longer, but I’m having an old friend for dinner. —Dr. Hannibal Lecter
In response to WP Weekly Photo Challenge: Weathered. As per request, here’s another weathered snap from my hometown. I guess now is the place where I provide you with details about the image, what’s in the picture and what the heck it’s all about, alas, I have no idea. I’m not very home in my
In response to WP Weekly Photo Challenge: Weathered. I’m fascinated with the American fascination with historical architecture. Where I live, everything is by default ancient, or at least old and weathered. Even the perfectly insignificant and uninteresting small town where I’m currently residing dates back to the twelfth century. It has all the obligatory medieval
In response to WP Weekly Photo Challenge: Growth. I’m very much into growth but I’m very much against the idea of it. Growth is good but the idea is a fashion fad. Luckily, I was able to find a subversive representation of growth both in image and in video! Here’s the literal ominous growth in