Tag Archives: photography


Friday Smackdown: Ramp the Beat

6 days ago

“Pops a’ribbon,” he says. That’s all the cantankerous old turtle could muster once squeezed from the hole by his tiny titmouse nemesis. They could both dance, but the agile legs…


Friday Smackdown: Knuckle Crunch Cocktail

2 weeks ago

Torn into a small notch, the ribs fell, knocking against other fragments, until the light and pellets of dust scattered thin. Noise drifted through the chamber, wide open now, except…


Friday Smackdown: Roofline Blues

4 weeks ago

When going along the shingled edge, busy with squirrels and dried paths of slugs, it’s best to recall the times that you fell, the lava below, the conch shell you…


Friday Smackdown: Uproot the Crabapple

1 month ago

Tilting, he was a wobbly chap! His ears flopping with each hop. Why I recall the time he uproots an entire crabapple grove with one paw and the twitch of…


Friday Smackdown: Speckle-throated Platypus

1 month ago

Sometime when you’re scrubbing the back of a venomous, speckle-throated platypus, you’ll notice its legs start to contract until the entire animal is a perfectly spherical fur ball with a…


Friday Smackdown: Lungs of Dust

2 months ago

The tips of ears twitched as the ground trembled and rolled. Folds of colored stone approached as if breathing days of old. And it was for, from the lungs of…


‘X-Rays of Toys’ Offers a Fun and Fascinating Look at the Basics of Assembly Design

2 months ago

Lately we’ve been seeing quite the interest from the general public when it comes to ‘what’s inside’ the many artifacts that make up our day-to-day lives. Perhaps the best examples…


Friday Smackdown: The Teeth and Fur Were Lit

2 months ago

The lenticular chasm of shifting light made the fur around their teeth jump even closer. There were waves of them. Chirping as the foraged upon the bodies. But wait, these…


Friday Smackdown: 64 Potato Slaps

2 months ago

Side to side, once was all, and in the burrow it went. The clitter-clatter, putt and hull, were all the noises sent, through skin and fur, as if it heard…