Monthly Archives: June 2013

There’s Something Fishy About Me or: Auspicious Accident II


So there I was, transformed into a me-sized salmon, lying in a hospital bed awaiting death and rebirth. In Auspicious Accident: Part One, I’d had a fall; that night, a vivid and meaningful dream, in which I found myself prone on … Continue reading

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Intelligent Design VII


 

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Intelligent Design VI


 

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What I’ve Been Singing: Après un Rêve: Fauré


Last week my singing teacher, the fabulous Christine Hubbard introduced me to this exquisite song of Gabriel Fauré (1845-1924). It’s one of a set of three composed for voice and piano, though the songs were not initially conceived as a … Continue reading

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Friday Fictioneers 100-Word Story Challenge: The Ostrich


The Ostrich

“Some pros don’t know to quit.”

“That’s one hell of a tune.”

“Claimed an Austin. And that he’s going for an Ostrich!”

“Nobody ever did it. He can only get one on a par 7 – if he holes this shot. More likely shooting his temperature!”

“My butt’s stinging already on account of that Calcutta.”

“You bet on this goon?”

“Hate to admit it.”
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We are farming


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A transformation of an exterior wall in a small house outside Sao Paolo, by Rosenbaum architects. The wall has changed into a small vertical garden where a series of cascading plastic bottles are hanging from strings.…

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Bleedings


More artistic developments on photos of the distressed paint we’re stripping off the hull of our Albin Vega. These started as Photoshop manipulations of the photos. I then printed copies off – onto cheap 80 gsm inkjet paper – sprayed … Continue reading

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