Lori Witzel's pictures, poems and other souvenirs and artifacts.
"Bamboozled," she said, with no apologies attached.Nice shot, though!
Now - can I break off a *switch* to Cane Ole Holy Joe today? He deserves a crack Upside his swelled-head!(Sorry for coopting the political moment out of your FAB picture...but tis too perfect to ignore!)*smile*
I love bamboo. Makes a great walking staff or a fighting staff in the event you're ever attacked by ninjas.
It seems I can't get the hole meaning of this "bamboozled", but:1. It is a wonderful pic.2. Now I am allways looking at new angles of everyday images and thinking: Lori would make a great foto of this ...
You really have an eye for visual rhythms.
Fantastic bamboo! Oh how I want a bamboo fence! Lovely.
This is what terrifies Michael Fey to this very day. Google that one if you don't remember. ;)Oh, and no "politicizing" of this photo...I wouldn't want to offend any rich people.
I love the tiny new growth.
Hi everyone -- before another Wild Workday starts...Dick: What, did you "reed" a pun into that? Goodness! (My dad and I were once told by a waiter we'd need to leave a restaurant if we continued to pun. So it is a family tradition.)Karen: Art, like cane, can be put to many unexpected uses. You'd need a machete to cut this cane...but the image of you with a Large Knife? Uh-oh!Dave: So right. Nothing like a good length of stout bamboo for fighting off ninjas. Don't ask how I know...MB: You should have heard the lovely tones I got by thunking on one of these!Trev: *snork* x 3!Omega: That was what caught my eye at first. But...did you click on the pic and find the big bug?
OUCH. Nice photo. Looks like you could have taken it out my kitchen window, where the bamboo is taking over the world. :-)Thanks for the kind words on the button post! xo
Post a Comment