Notes on life, art, photography and technology, by a Danish dropout bohemian.
When you drink the water, remember the river.
Yes, I see your point...Great photo quality. These images are very sharp. Very acutely expressive.I felt an itch to comment. Did I nail the topic? I needle some confirmation on that. In fact, I'm hurting for it!As for the artist, he's probably some street urchin with too much time on his hands (as well as too many dangerous objects). See? This is precisely why boredom at the office is a bad thing.Hm... Maybe I need to reflect a bit, to sit on it.
Hi Dude,your shoot is amazing, great job. will visit your blog time to time.
Pascal, yeah, please sit on it. :)Adjie, I do thank you. I did not make these pictures or art, though.
Adjie,Your blog, what language is that in?
"Pascal, yeah, please sit on it. :)"Hey! Are you poking fun at me, mister?Adije's blog sounds very much like the languages of South-East Asia. Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia... On a limb, I'd say that might be Javanese. Just a wild guess!In any case, this blog's sure reaching a planetary audience. :-)I'm wondering when we'll receive the first comments from China and Saudi Arabia. THAT would definitely be an official "worldwideness" criterium.(Maybe I should explain : the internet is tightly restricted in these two countries...)
Unique images! Dusting is out of the question lol.
I'm wondering when we'll receive the first comments from China and Saudi Arabia.Here we go with my off-topic best wishes for Christmas and 2007 to all commentators and especially to you, Eolake.Keep your valued work going.Gen (living behind the moon).Zai jian.:-)
Say, are these dust traps made by the same oddball as your "Pain erasers" thingies?One of them looks like an S&M jockstrap, but I'm NOT trying it on! (Find yourself another guinney hedgehog.)
Gen (living behind the moon).Brrrrrrr! I hope you have a warm coat! :)
One of them looks like an S&M jockstrap, but I'm NOT trying it on!(Pascal said)Ah come on , don't be shy.......:) LOL.
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