Designed two tattoos for my friend Apples (it has an apple hanging off one of the stalks) lets hope we dont fall out lazer treatment isnt cheap.
Pigeions are the alcoholics of the bird world!
Jim was watching
as I fumbled with an orange.
“This might sound strange,”
he said, “But you remind me of a pigeon.”
I’d recently cut my fingernails
so was having to peel it with my teeth.
The pith tasted disgusting.
Juice ran down my chin.
“When did you last have a shower?,”
Jim asked. I couldn’t remember.
“Friday, I think,” I lied. “No wonder
you look like a tramp
and smell like a pigeon.”
I threw what remained of my orange at him
and got a can of cider out of my bag.
“That’s just the sort of thing
a pigeon would do,” said Jim.
He snatched the cider out of my hand
and threw it up into the top of a tree.
He laughed as I climbed up to retrieve it.
As I sat in the branches, drinking,
I saw him take out some ginger nuts,
crush them up and throw them on the ground.
A flock of pigeons flew down
and started pecking at the crumbs.
“Ha ha! Look! They’re just like you!
You’re one of them! I always said
that pigeons are the alcoholics
of the bird world!”
I couldn’t be bothered to argue
so looked at the sky for a while.
Slow moving clouds that changed shape as they drifted,
a couple of planes in what seemed like
a near miss from a distance.
There were no birds.
I fell asleep
and dreamed about French cuisine.
(read in fake magazine, cant remember the writers name)
photo i took for a cometition to win a ticket to boomtown luckily didnt have to enter becuase i won a ticket through a magazine comp.
this competition was for Circoswing
Was walking through a market at the poi pet boarder, cambodia and heard A little voice saying ‘Hello’ turned around and couldnt see anyone then looked down and this little girl was smiling at me. her mother kindly let me take a picture.
i cant wait to get my new camera so i can try out this blur layering effect..makes the photo move.
This is Lori Nix he creates different sets i especially like the Lost collection and Unatural History..
“I am often asked questions about the inspiration for my work as well as my working process. As a ‘non-traditional’ photographer (I construct my subject matter rather than go find it) people find it hard to grasp what exactly it is that I do. And the fact that it is all done in front of the camera, with no digital manipulation, adds its own set of challenges. Building materials, lighting, issues of scale and space all become significant when you are recreating the world on a table top. ”