May 02, 2005
16: White & Black
This is my nipplish-looking pilates ball. I don't exercise on it, but it is super-comfortable to sit on while I eat cereal and watch television. The ball's spiral construction combined with sunlight filtering through the blinds make for a cool effect.
Kerry at Grand Beach, April 16. Yeah, she looks upset. I can't remember what was going on but trust me, all was well. It was our first day out of the city since the fall. I like that the shoreline looks like a fish-eyed horizon – kind of a trick on the eye. Ice on the lake was just starting to break up, which makes a creepy chandelier-in-a-breeze sort of noise.
Same day. Kerry's holding a willow branch like a rat's tail. We was just goofin' around.
Stop sign two kilometers from work, April 20. I took my bike for a ride at lunch that day, to the artesian spring that feeds the marsh. You can see for miles out there, and it was absolutely quiet except for a meadowlark I scared off this sign. A typical prairie scene.
Toy robot/graffiti. I got this wind-up robot (left) at a local German butcher shop. It was in their window and I bought it for Kerry along with a metal wind-up penguin. Like the pilates ball, I was just taking advantage of the light. This bit of graffiti (right) is on the wall of a car dealership across from my old high school.
Created by Jeope at 21:17