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The Koi Pond

Endless nights filled with haunting shadows
Slowly fade into morning mist
Faces seen, but not remembered
A place where time does not exist

Martha & The Muffins

Photography And Art

Guggenheim documentary is about more than one woman's love life

Playing for one week only, Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict is one of the most important films you can hope to see this year, and it’s playing at the Lagoon Theatre in Minneapolis. 499 more words



Ask again and it seems as if aliens are in a conversation

Understanding without experience is in need of quiet time

Be a cloud and cover as if this is the sky… 112 more words



I thought I’d completely leave the ground behind in this second-ever floating island image, created as a background for an abmCreative ad in the upcoming December issue of Starlight Music Chronicles magazine. 257 more words


Ugg, Lugg and the turnip...

But first…
Dulltown, Europe: Today’s heraldic term is Livery – the uniform worn by the lord’s retainers, made in his colours.
My retainers refused to wear my livery, they said they didn’t like the shades, so I fired the lot of them – bloody peasants!… 549 more words


Plenty of reason to be a fan of Gleeson

Australian artist, poet, critic, writer and curator, James Timothy Gleeson was born in the Sydney suburb of Hornsby on 22 November, 1915. He attended East Sydney Technical College… 386 more words


The Lobster

This is a movie that can only make it on the indy circuit, it is so brilliantly bonkers. It stars Coin Farrell as a short-sighted David, a single man sent to a hotel for a last chance to find a mate before being turned into an animal of his choice. 81 more words