Thursday, 27 September 2007


Disclaimer: This image came from my camera, but was not taken by me. Well, I took it out of the camera, and put it on my computer, so guess you could say it was taken by me, in a way... but you know what I mean. And if you don't then tough.

by Lynda
Copyright and all that crap.
Don't you even think about stealing it. I have a flamethrower.
No, wait, that was somebody else.

Tuesday, 25 September 2007

Sol Was Here

This image reminds my be reverse-association that I actually have a couple of good photos to upload. Must find them on the other computer.

Thursday, 20 September 2007


If I seem vague, it's because I've been programming.

Monday, 17 September 2007


This is a photo of a truck.
I post it here because it sounds like "fuck".

See, this really isn't a photo blog - it's a fucking poetry blog.

ps: Sorry about the language. That's somebody else's fault.

Thursday, 13 September 2007

danlrenow ni regnif

I stuck my finger in the rabbit hole, and it fell down down down...

"Eat me," said the rabbit, but my finger was too busy plunging the seemingly endless depths of its hole.

"No room, no room," said the rabbit, but my finger thought otherwise.

"I've often seen a man without a finger," said the cheshire rabbit, "But I've never had a finger without a man... Well, maybe once or twice."

"Off with his head!! Off with his head!!" shrieked the Queen of Hearts, like a furious rabbit, when suddenly my finger woke up on the banks of the river, feeling slightly sheepish.

My finger let the sheep go, hoping nobody had noticed.

... anyway, heres a phallic, yet ultimately pointless, image.

Wednesday, 12 September 2007

No Photo Today, Move Along

... and she said, "Do you come here often?"

And I said, "It's the quality that counts, not the quantity."

And she said, "What are you, some kind of moron?"

And I said, "That depends - do I get to choose?"

Thursday, 6 September 2007


Because that wide angle plastic lens on your phone is just perfect for portraits...
Self Portrait
But I'm sure you're all wondering how I got such a great picture. First, shoot in a dark room, lit only by the computer monitor. Don't worry, 640x480 is a perfect resolution. All you get, however, is a washed-out, somewhat underexposed image.

At this point you're tempted to fire up the photo editor and increase the brightness. This is exactly the wrong thing to do. Instead, decrease the brightness, increase contrast, decrease brighness a bit more, until you get something brilliant and moody like this... Ok, maybe not "brilliant and moody", so much as, you know, complete crap.

Anyway... Anyway, thanks to my razor-sharp wit, I can easily get out of this massive disaster of a post with my dignity intact. All I need to do invent some mind-bogglingly clever line to finish on so you'll all forget about that other mindless drivel - you know, just up there a bit.

So, here goes... the really neat ending... Uh.... bugger.