If the rain comes, they run and hide their heads. They might as well be dead, if the rain comes. If the rain comes.
“When you don’t have anything to do, your thoughts get really, really far out – so far out you can’t follow them all the way to the end.” Haruki Murakami
Last September I visited a group of locals to discuss Herd Immunity so today I went back to a different group to see how they felt about it. They didn’t seem to care or even entertain the idea but everyone was full of other advice.
They all felt that I should shoot wide and we argued about it for a few minutes while I shot at f/4. Finally I reluctantly switched to f/2.8. After viewing all the shots it was more about composition that aperture but this one is my favorite.
When I was finished she asked me about cow tipping which confused me but it turned out that she wanted a tip. So I thought for a second and asked her if cows have Buddha nature. She said Mu and we called it a day.
I’m not sure why this horse is wearing a noseband, but she took a nothing day and suddenly made it all seem worthwhile.
“I have the true feeling of myself only when I am unbearably unhappy.” Kafka
“Water. Like a blanket. Dark. Intoxicating. Cold.” Shannon Celebi
“I am two people. One goes through the motions, rolling from one thing to the next; the other is withdrawn, watching a complete stranger.” Doug Cooper
“We are nothing but die cut shapes flowing in the wind waiting to fall.” Joan Ambu
“It will rain all this night and we will sleep transfixed by the dark water as our blood runs through our fragile life.” Charles Bukowski