Railing

Who is the ghost that walks the train? The apparition tugs on our shirt sleeves But all rides are displaced We are logged into otherness, Password protected Our faces dug deep into ourselves Reflections fed to us Wires from out our ears Wi-Fi, stuck in our gut Download speeds of the central nervous system. Our […]

via Railing — Elan Mudrow

Things you just don’t see

In your early days as a photographer, you likely relied on your camera’s autofocus settings. There is nothing wrong with shooting that way. In fact, there are plenty of moments when even the most respected photographers utilise this mode, so there is no stigma for shooting in auto. There are some situations, though, when manual […]

via 5 Moments to Shoot With Manual Focus — The Fujifilm Blog

Where the Times meet

And then the day arrived when a thoughtful friend presented me with this lovely t-shirt, a thing I cherish. It’s the gift that keeps on giving, especially when you are forced to attend a gathering where there are far too many gatherers. It lets the personal-space invaders know that you are perfectly content to be […]

via Present Tense – #11 — Bonnywood Manor

And the Day goes by…

What do you do when you’re not working? If you are retired, what do you that is not part of your regular daytime routine? What do I not do is a better question. Heh. I enjoy my family, my pets, my friends, blogging, long walks, reading, gardening, cooking, baking, watching movies and shows. What would […]

via Share Your World — June 12, 2017 — joeyfullystated

Good morning world

Watching a clock; Fear spear depths Instead of tick-tock ‘I hear footsteps’ It may be “the help” that I longing for The guarantee: out of ‘Sadness core’ A forgiven rope, to drags me to shore A hope to realise that I’m not the fore “I do not” give myself: my own Worth As ‘I did […]

via Here. — Ricardo Sexton