What a wonderful and dramatic photomontage (in a separated way). Something about the starkness speaks to the richness of the metaphor, paradoxically.Be well--no displacia, K9!
Gracious--luv this study in black!
do you think Black Elk would want to be in the midst of Darth Vader, the Black Plague and the Black Flower?I don't know....should'a called himself White Elk.
Neat - no ace of spades, though.
Cool. My drum kit used to be black (no kidding).
I get the feeling you like the color black.Black is beautiful
in a logical series...the Black Sea is the missing link.
Am I paranoid, or do I sense a theme, here?
Nice grouping of black. I had to laugh though at the black painting by that guy.That thing probably sold for a lot of money :)Just came by to say hey and catch up on your posts :)
coal, onyx, beetles, "oh blackwater, keep on runnin'" (Doobie Bros.), holes in space (hope hey stay there...), coffee, though I like a lil sugar in mine, tie, light (think psychedelic), eyed beans, Louisianna's blackened ribs (drool....), mashed potatoes...hey, wait a minit. Since when are mashed potatoes black?Well, take a lump of mashed potatoes outside in southern Alabama in August, and they will turn black from the gnats within a moment or two.Say, speaking of Ravens, do they have anything to crow about?Do crows have anything to rave about?Asphalt, the deepest parts of outerspace in the cold when yer lookin' at the stars, ...is beautiful, Blackpool, England, home of the mini-Eiffel Tower, and I'm sure more, but, hey. I can't do this all night...I gotta get home and feed our black dogs, and THAT'S really important!
Truly the grrrrrrrrrrreatest post yet, dude.Darth Vader is the man in black...but you forgot Scatman Carothers.
So what is all this I hear about you not posting anymore? That'd be a grave disservice to the rest of the blogging world. Say it ain’t so!!
I am feeling a bit dark after all of this....lol cool photos!
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