Monday, October 23, 2006

are you alive

If possible write "without consciousness in semi-trance"

Jack Kerouac




fear

finds itself fingered in the phantasm glare of recognition and turns another face to the sign of recordable objects making impressions in malleable clay like fingers dig deep thick strong forms left unguarded the direction for the interrupted thought went astray into a tray of like objects all related to each other in their purposeful division down template lines - etched into the softness of virginal mass of fresh brain patterns of continuation are like rules for a game according to Hoyle the best hand is certainly one with four fingers and an opposable thumb whose monkey brain thinks like a train and keeps one thought straight on the track steel mental bends in ways of perception allow for the use of tools to increase comprehension



Yes, alive and well and living in an incredibly scary haunted house! It's going great, we're almost ready, ha! Unfortunately I have been dedicating some much energy, creative and physical that it has left no room for photographic pursuits. Ah well it's all over this time next week, almost, so things will return to normal by then, ha, as if! Oh, this is the back door we use to get in to the haunted house. Spooky eh?


In the early morning rise of a warm sky the river hides from the sun beneath a dense blanket of fog like smoke it mimics the shape of the source as it dissipates.

5 Comments:

Blogger razberrychaos said...

ahh, the deep fogs of Nelson...

8:55 AM  
Blogger dave said...

aren't they spectacular?

2:18 PM  
Blogger Matthew Rounsville said...

Broosky! Awesome pics. Every time I come to your page here I tell myself that I should come more often.

Fog is one of my favorite things in existence.

6:55 PM  
Blogger dave said...

man it's nice to see you matt!

do drop by and never hesitate to comment.

i'll try to post some haunted house images soon!
scary!

the fog here has mesmerized me continually for 21 years, i think it's why I stay!

8:17 PM  
Blogger razberrychaos said...

check out my blog - i've got two vids of the auroras and in the second one there's lovely fog rolling between the mountains! Very cool to witness in fast forwardness!!

10:14 PM  

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