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This isn’t just any train. No, it’s the circus train.
I suspect clowns.
In other news: next week, I’ll be trying a variation of something I did earlier this year: five POVs on the same subject, different approaches to color and angle.
Welcome to All Fool’s Eve.
Tomorrow, I begin, along with several off-line friends, a month’s challenge: […]
This time of day, only one light remains lit, but it brightens most of half a world.
In other news:
April will be an interesting month. I’ll continue with the daily color-oriented photos, though I’m not yet sure what shape that will take.
But I shall also be working on the two novels, DWII and WF.
And, because I […]
We saw more than half a dozen, actually, but it’s hard to take underwater photos with the Fuji so most did not come out.
This one did.
Day 87 of 365 Days of Color
Third day of the journey, the quest, I found my mermaids…
On Friday, still seeking mermaids, I stopped at a museum.
Here, I found a garden of dwarfs, a monument to circuses, a girl on a bull (we’ll see more of her later), and some impressive art.
Hint: If you go to an art museum, the best tours are when both curators take you around the entire thing. […]
The Journey began Thursday.
The quest: Mermaids. But all that could be found that Thursday was trucks and truck stops and, in the end, one fairly nice seafood restaurant.
I’ll be on the road this weekend, so I shan’t be posting any more photos until Sunday. However, I will catch everything up that day and post Thursday, Friday, and Saturday as well.
Thanks for your patience!
Okay, for this one: you tell me the story.
If you do not lock the door, you can’t have any pudding. How can you have any pudding if you don’t lock the door?« Previous Entries