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Saturday, 1 November 2014


A Free Syrian Army fighter takes up position as he points his weapon through a hole in a bedroom wall in Deir al-Zor, eastern Syria. A reminder of ordinary daily life before the civil war: photo by Khalil Ashawi / Reuters via The Guardian, 12 November 2013

The wicked bone chill that wafted through the attic rafters with the passage across the airspace of the psychomimetic conferencing witch
left its toll in immunosuppressive deficits all across the board but life goes
on even when tipped sideways, just that the angle of viewing's skewed
so that the giant white dog with the bright teeth and long wet red tongue in the airless horror
dream keeps lunging from different directions, slavering and snarling, and when you turn to the young
the last hope we have against it
is to cause everything large to instantly become infinitely small

This fun use of a tilt-shift lens gives a miniature feel to the people passing a giant sculpture of a dog at the Parkview Green shopping centre in Beijing, China
: photo by Diego Azubel / EPA via The Guardian,
12 November 2013

A boy plays with an AK-47 rifle owned by his father in Azaz, a small town north of Aleppo: photo by Goran Tomasevic / Reuters via The Guardian, 8 August 2012


Atrium, Parkview Green Shopping Mall, Beijing: photo via Chiara's Coffee Table, 29 January 2014

Parkview Green Shopping Mall mascot: image courtesy Parkview Green, 2014

#inkwell #fangcaodi #beijing #igersdaily #igersbeijing [Beijing Parkview Green Shopping Mall Atrium Giant Dog]: image via sangshuduo @sangshuduo, 5 May 2013


Wooden Boy said...

All these daft strategems we have to keep the nightmares. Make a toyland of the world.

This is brilliant, Tom. Tight as a trap. I keep turning it over.

TC said...

Thanks, Duncan. That's me in a nutshell, always out to share the joy.