Tag Archives: photography

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Friday Smackdown: Wiry Threads of Grass

19 hours ago

It rains, and the thunder collapses. Wiry threads of grass, crumple across its back, small actuators and the glow from multiple lenses glistening with the light of dawn. They use…

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Friday Smackdown: Clank Split Portside

3 weeks ago

A wind blew that hadn’t since the days we bore through the outer hull. Long before it was but metal clanks, a photo and endless picking at the wall with…

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Friday Smackdown: Vein Blade Pop-Out

1 month ago

A small plan hatched from beneath an elderberry tree. The five had their suits, goggles, razor loaded pulse rifles and a penchant for adventure. Once aboard the carrier high overhead,…

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Friday Smackdown: Troll Box Socks

1 month ago

A little troll in green pajamas, ate a raisin biscuit. Atop a box in too big socks and sitting on mouse, he dreamed of jars, of capturing stars and mixing…

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Friday Smackdown: Pummeled Meat Shanks

2 months ago

When the form took shape in the back of the latched, palm-leaf hutch, the entire building shuddered. It was more massive than the last with every bit the desire to…

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Friday Smackdown: Flute Chewer

2 months ago

‘Wow,’ it said in an electronic voice close to the noise one makes when burned with a hot flask of fermented herring. We were shocked. First, that it spoke, or…

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Friday Smackdown: Scattered Glass Meats

2 months ago

Once the cups had been organized by color, we were able to jump between them, hiding within their colored glass shells, looking over the edges to see if they were…

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Friday Smackdown: Wee Eel Soliloquy

3 months ago

The tickle came not from the left, but from the right, along the edge of the ear then into the canal. Once the tail disappeared, so did the tickles. All…

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Friday Smackdown: Dehydrated Jelly

3 months ago

The container was split. All but two poured out, staying inside to ingest the remains. Every jar in the warehouse was infected. More came falling from the rafters, their furry…