Sunday, December 27, 2015

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Monday, November 2, 2015

vjsuave: great!















vjsuavetricycle-projected animation. : )

...and a link to the software they use:

http://omai.at

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Sunday, October 25, 2015

reality














What is Reality? Watch The Brain with David Eagleman Online | PBS Video

and this...this is fascinating. the buddhists were right! maybe. "all an illusion..."

reality is a construct of the brain, an effort to create something that allows the animal to function in a world which may not resemble what we think we know at all. we look through a tiny window.

I wish the program also went into, "if reality isn't really what we think it is, what might it resemble? what might it be?" is it possible to perceive it somehow...

maybe that's a different episode.


fall

 definitely autumn. this, south of Harrisburg, a country road giving the sense of a lifestyle quite different from that of the urban dweller.















and here, although there was no need for it in the cool autumn  air, is a device surely welcome during the heat of summer. and what a great name.
in the city, where friends go to daycare, looking up at passersby to see if they're the one about to be picked up and taken home.

poignant in the late afternoon sun and shadow, leaning against the window's black bars, phone number stenciled on your back.


Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Sunday, September 13, 2015

little kid's day of glory.





















"what a sweet dream came true...today."

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Monday, August 3, 2015

another green adventure

train workin.'

Montpelier ("Monpeelyur")
Vermont, this time, with visits to Montpelier, Island Pond, Glover, Lyndonville, Lake Carmi, Montreal, Quebec, Burlington, and Button Bay.

Lots and lots of green, rolling hills, wooden barns and houses, lakes and streams, and, to be frank, white folk (with a few different colors in Burlington). Anyway, a nice mix of rural with progressive. Bread & Puppet always invigorates the soul, reminding me what "artistic freedom" means. Vermont College of Fine Arts was a nice surprise, with an active gallery exhibition, amongst which was a a giant zoetrope by the animation instructor at Lyndon State College. Camped in some fine state parks, enjoying canoes and kayaks and little trails. No ticks! And the special treat of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, for a quick afternoon walk around, gave me the thrill of being in another country, if only for a moment. Love the Franco/Anglo split in that city. Life is for traveling and seeing new things...
Bread & Puppet mobile.

resident of the puppet museum.


the old master.

Bread & Puppet Theater.

Trees in Rows in Glover, Vermont.

Red Pine grove at Island Pond.


common sight along Vermont's roads.

Vermont College MFA installation.

Vermont countryside (almost everywhere in Vermont).

campground amphitheatre.

Montreal.



camping things.

Burlington gallery.

Fools at the Festival of Fools.

didn't find out if it was authentic.


a blur of green and blue.