Tag Archives: Douglas Adams


As my brain is otherwise occupied at the moment… a reblog from six years ago… “It’s a humming bird moth!” said my younger son as he got out of the car. I’d picked him up to fix his suit for … Continue reading

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The pan-dimensional mouse

I have spent a lot of time lately working with two-dimensional representations of multidimensional states. No, I don’t mean anything arcane and mystical… or something that belongs in the realm of science fiction either. I’ve been working with pictures. We … Continue reading

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Seeking and wellbeing

The human condition has changed little at the level of the soul and is unlikely to do so for a long time to come. Over the course of various workshops, the Silent Eye has ventured into the furthest reaches of … Continue reading

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#writephoto regulars ~ Meet Geoff Le Pard

I asked the writephoto challenge regulars if they would like to come over and introduce themselves. Today we meet Geoff Le Pard who blogs at Tangental. Without those of you who write and read the pieces inspired by the weekly … Continue reading

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Babel-fish wanted

I had to post the picture of the dragon… you’d all run away if you thought I was going to write about fish again… and I’m not. Not exactly. Well, maybe a bit… “Do fish even have ears?” asked my … Continue reading

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Red rag…

“Do you know you are bleeding, luv?” I thanked the shopkeeper through gritted teeth. Yes, I knew. It had been going on a while. I wasn’t exactly having the best of mornings, being in the clutches of the health system … Continue reading

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