Monday, October 31, 2005

But they looks so delicious...

Not to give the impression that all the lomos taken on my rides are bike shots. This past Friday, I rode in a leisurely fashion and even took a diversion down to one of the picnic areas on the Hudson River.

There were some big honkin' birds down there. Geese? What other kinds of birds honk? They kept fucking running away from me every time I tried to get close to shoot them:

I don't know why the damn birds kept running away. I didn't want to hurt them. I just wanted to bash their brains out. Whoops, sorry, that was a lapse.

I finally gave up. Or so I let them think. I noticed they weren't as fazed when I rode by on my bike. So I did a ride-by shooting:

I love how there's that one that looks sort of startled, not knowing whether to run or not. I have more lomos from there. I'll post them when I'm less violent. I think I'm having a "shining" with some horror movie.

current sounds (last 10 songs played on iTunes):
1. The Painted Desert (10,000 Maniacs)
2. Rousseau (Pinback)
3. Soldiers of the Long March (The Guo Brothers & Shung Tian)
4. Watcher of the Skies (Genesis)
5. Gouge Away (The Pixies)
6. Yeah You (Versus)
7. Beauty and the Beast (live) (David Bowie)
8. Close to the Edge (Yes)
9. MFC (live) (Pearl Jam)
10. Tomodachi no mama (Princess Princess)

2 comments:

TheLope said...

"The time between the notes relates the color to the scenes"...Close to the Edge never gets old, though I'd really like to corner Anderson and ask: "its all beautiful but...huh?" Man, would I love to get a shot of him with Ace for my blog....too bad they didn't tour the US this year.

keauxgeigh said...

hahaha, in high school, I could never figure out those lyrics. When I was listening to it this time, I looked them up on the internet, and they're good prog rock lyrics, but...huh?

I always thought Tom Waits and David Byrne were the masters of writing great lyrics that didn't make any sense, but Yes were PIONEERS!!