Photomanipulation: A Study in Mood (Featuring The Lovely Jennifer “Jo” Tilly)

July 15, 2007 at 4:59 am | Posted in Delaware, Delaware Politics, Dogfish Head, Dreams, iFran, Jim Morrison, Lewis Carroll, Macaroni, Mysticism, Paganism, Photomanipulation, Photos, Poem, Poetry, Sex, Volatile, Wicca, Wilderness | 2 Comments

“When parrots flew the skies
My brother cried “Macaw! Macaw! Thy scarecrow, I’s!
His devious balloon will ever slither by.”

– Robert Chartowich

The above picture, by my imagination.
The above corresponding poem, by my friend Monsieur Chartowich.

Alors, zut.


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July 3, 2007 at 7:29 pm | Posted in Delaware, Dreaming, Dreams, Feminism, Greece, Mime, Mysticism, Newark, Delaware, Pantomime, Photography, Psychoanalysis, Psychology, Supermodels, Women | Leave a comment

I had a dream this morning that I was walking somewhere on some college campus (The University of Morpheus?) and I saw this piece of outdoor guerilla theater where these college boys and girls were naked and posing as mannequins frozen in the middle of various dance steps. At one point, I stood next a girl and began to mimic her pantomime and she smiled at me and she and I began to do a sort of pantomime routine together. She would do one sort of serious of poses, and I would follow suit. Without saying a word. Only smiling at each other at the end of each successful coordination of moves.

When we were done, she and a couple of the other people in the troupe asked me to join them on their tour of various Greek fraternity and sorority houses.

If anyone has any Earthly idea what a dream like this can mean, please let me know.

The girls in the dream were naked but painted as though they had bikinis on, by the way.

Which was nice.

Art: Dizzy Isabella 1

February 16, 2007 at 12:52 am | Posted in Art, Dreams, Photoshop, Random | Leave a comment

I was “fooling about” with Photoshop, and I came up with this. It’s sort of based on an unfinished poem that I’m still working on, so I thought I’d leave the poem for a bit and see if some visual doodling would help things along. Oh, how I love Photoshop.

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