Okay. Water. Lovely lovely water. So blue. Love the light. Seriously. Light and water. Sooooo pretty.

Evening! NSFW Sunday

This is an interesting shot. Black and white, given. But the angle of it all is fascinating. I also wonder about the stability of that post and if there are barnacles near his feet. Those kind of things worry me.


NSFW Sunday Morning!

Morning. Okay, I will be shallow and say I chose this one for the glasses. Because well, glasses. Oh there’s good tones and nice balance but the glasses.


Rain, music and whatnots

I’ve been having issues with the new book. Okay yeah, I always have issues but this time, oddly enough… it’s the title.

I’d love to name it Dirty Side Down. Sadly, that’s a Cole title sound. From now on, anything with Dirty in it is going to make me think of bullets, snarky gay detectives and Korean food.

Word association is an interesting thing.

There are words we never think about how much they weigh until used in a certain context then suddenly they grow fangs and thorns or turn the inside of our brains maudlin with memories of things and people we cannot shake.

Shake. Another word. Milky, sweet or hard, terrifying rock slamming together beneath the earth until its crust breaks.

Odd things those. Words.

Yet we still have problems talking with one another. We talk TO easily enough but WITH is sometimes hard.

I think it’s because even through we all have the same words, we all speak our own different language…even if we share the same sound for chair.

Someone once said it’s odd to think that the brain is the only thing that ever named itself.

And I think in some secret corner of our minds, it’s still naming things, seeing things, hearing things on its own terms while laughing its head off at the confusion it causes.

Fucking not-chairs.


This shot is interesting in its blue hue, further enhanced by the jeans. I think it turns an ordinatry shot into something a bit more intriguing.


I adore this shot and not just because I love bread. Great tones throughout, and splashes of white to draw the eye. Great lighting and intermitent focus.


Oh I LOVE this photo because of the depth of black in it. It’s mostly shadow. Just a bit of light but still, powerful image.


Ah, I love Michael Stokes’ work. Just absolutely fantastic. So very iconic.



Not so much black and white but with a hint of sepia. The stark white is gorgeous. I love this shot.


Okay to be fair, I love the white. And the tub. The tub!

The stark white is gorgeous as a backdrop and the motion of the water is just a hint. Good dominant subject and nice tones. Zoom is enabled.

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