Saturday, December 12, 2009
Thursday, December 10, 2009
Brief period of no posting for a while.
Notttt to worry. I'm getting back into the rhythm so hopefully heaps of mindless shit to sift through will pop up over the next couple of days
The flowers really have no relevance to this post or anything, just didn't want to post empty of visuals. They are nice though? Yes? :)
Friday, December 4, 2009
“If there is something to desire,
there will be something to regret.
If there is something to regret,
there will be something to recall.
If there is something to recall,
there was nothing to regret.
If there was nothing to regret,
there was nothing to desire.”
Repeating this over and over and over.
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Sunday, November 22, 2009
Saturday, November 21, 2009
I do love the old polaroid camera and what they produce, but they can be used around your room so wrongly, making it look tacky and mainstream. Although these photos above have inspired me to stop being negative and take a creative approach to presenting these photographs.
Another animal that I have not loved prior to reading the Obernewyton Chronicles is; horses. The last time I rode a horse it was a spotty one that was supposed to be calm and simple (quite similar looking to the horse in the photo above). I thought, Great. I should be able to handle this.
In the end it nearly bucked me off numerous times, chased other horses down hills into creeks and scared the living shit out of me for every torturous second I was on it.
Anyway, I wouldn't mind testing out horse riding again, I have grown to be in awe of their size and manner rather then frightened. But again, this is most likely because the horses in my book can put thoughts into other's minds..
Damn you fantasy books.
I have grown quite a yearning to acquire a cat. I suppose it has grown from the latest book series I am reading, Obnewyton Chronicles. You should read the series if your fond of any end of world/fantasy themed shit. Back to cats, I have to admit that for majority of my life I haven't been a fan of the unpredictable animals, but there's something knowledgable about them that makes them seem dependant even if they roam more then they stay home.