I watch a lot of TV. Probably too much. I’m fond of action shows. I'm really fond of all the various comic book shows. The single thing these shows have in common is they all have at least one computer genius. A girl or guy geek who's the best hacker in the business. They always have … Continue reading IF TV SHOWS WERE REAL – TOM CURLEY
Time to set the scene for the circus! Yay Circus!! Cue the orchestra. Now, let's see the ringleader ... or is that ringmaster? Oh, here he is! What a dashing fellow! Now, how about some monkeys? You know, circus monkeys. HOLD EVERYTHING! This isn't my circus, and those are NOT my monkeys! All of you, … Continue reading CIRCUS!
CEE’S ODD BALL PHOTO CHALLENGE: 2016 WEEK 22 Where has the time flown? We are entering June. Half of 2016 gone ... in a blink. It has been a good week for pictures, odd and otherwise. I always enjoy it when we actually make it into Boston and have enough time to shoot a few pictures. And … Continue reading ODDBALL PHOTOS – END OF MAY EDITION
He had always loved calamari. In fact, he loved squid in every form in which it could be prepared. Italian-style, in red sauce. With balsamic vinegar as salad. Fried, baked, stuffed or pickled. With ink or in butter sauce and garlic, it was all delicious to him. His wife teasingly told him that one day … Continue reading WALKING BY STILL WATERS
Memorial Day Memorial Day (formerly Decoration Day) is observed on the last Monday of May. It commemorates the men and women who died in military service. In observance of the holiday, many people visit cemeteries and memorials, and volunteers place American flags on each grave site at national cemeteries. A national moment of remembrance takes … Continue reading MEMORIAL DAY 2016 – TIME & REMEMBERANCE
Cee's black and white challenge this week leaves the topic open. So, it seems a great time to make a mosaic of favorite monochrome images. I've only recently begun to really like (some) of my black and white work. Cee's Black & White Photo Challenge: Open Topic
There is a vocal segment in America that seems to spend most of their time and energy preoccupied with other people’s sex lives and reproductive practices. The issues that make their blood boil have to do with sex education in schools (a no-no except for abstinence), contraceptives and abortion, gay rights and now transgender bathroom … Continue reading AMERICA’S OBSESSION WITH SEX AND SEXES – ELLIN CURLEY