businessmen in the desert
Originally uploaded by susafri
It has a sour twist of Twilight Zone with extra dry Vermouth. High Noon Lunch Martinis for all. Beautiful parody.
I went on a run on Saturday and brought my Moleskine® notebook to capture a certain spot I came across lately. It is not too far from my house and I am fascinated by places where people gather, especially the Native Americans. This spot sits under the canopy of a very strange oak. I can imagine gathering acorns from it because of the easy access and unusual contortions. What a wonderful playground for a child, and what better way to pass the time away under the shade as you grind the acorns into masa.
"Yes, it's that time of the year! Mark your calendars for November 7th, 2009 and please join us for:
BOOZE 4 BOOBS 4
Mayhem and I are proud to host the fourth incarnation of our annual event to raise money and awareness thru a silent auction of community-member donations of art celebrating boobs in a variety of styles. This year we will also be holding a raffle for one of the donated art pieces -- so if you don't feel you can make the event, or can't bid your rent on a picture of someone's boobs [even for charity!], please help support the event by purchasing a $2 raffle ticket and get the chance to take something FABULOUS home!
I am delighted to let you know that one of your photos with a Creative Commons license has been selected for inclusion in the newly released ninth edition of our Schmap Lake Tahoe Guide:
Ok, This is cool...
I have always been fascinated by train travelers since I was a kid and saw Emperor of the North Pole and read books on Hobo signs. I'm hoping to see this site grow with more documentation. I would have never found this had the person not starred one of my tallbikes as his favorite. Cool huh?
"My inspiration comes from the graceful lines of Japanese woodblock prints and the vibrant colors of the French Impressionists."The prints are produced on 100% cotton paper with archival inks and come with a certificate of authentication.
"Stanley suggested we buy it and the smash up the front end with sledgehammers in front of the proud previous owner. So we did in fact smash it, with the cameras rolling as the bewildered owner winced in agony."-Ant Farm cohort Chip Lord
Fellow tall bikers using the height to get the word out.
I am currently holding a Bike Art show in downtown San Luis Obispo. This is one of many pieces hanging. We have over 30 artists presenting their interpretation of bicycles in their preferred medium. I wish I could own all the art.