A couple of weeks ago I posted the Tale of the Monsters’ Hideout, the human’s eye view of the monster habitat in the heart of Auckland City. I also mentioned that I followed some young men down below the street for a monster point of view, figuring that they were young and tender andContinue reading “Monsters’ Lair”
It’s not much of an ode, but I couldn’t quite muster anything akin to ‘wee, timrous mousie’ and wasn’t in the mood to fake it. I liked this seal. He was too proud to beg.
…with my camera of course… These are my poor Cabo San Lucas pelicans – magnificent, I thought. I entered another shot of them into a photo competition which I posted nearly a year ago (click here to see embellished version). The judge harrumphed, pronounced pelicans common – and the photo did not do well. Sigh…Continue reading “Boring Pelican”
Poetry is everywhere. One must make allowances for natural assonance…
Yes, yes – we know that still waters run deep. It’s true. But what they don’t mention is that to get to the still water, you’ve got to get through the rowdy surface waters. Even if you’ve mastered the skill of holding your breath while you slice through the whirls to make it to thoseContinue reading “In we go”