|Driving At Night
||[Nov. 11th, 2005|10:59 am]
I have a GD professor who'd love these.
I'd be happy for you to share them with him.
I love an audience.
I was kind of knocked back by the results.
All I did was point the camera through the windshield and press the button at intervals.
The colors are so liquid and warm, like fingerpaints, and somehow each image is a composition--really, I like the block of dark blue in the second-to-last, and the swimming fish in the second!
Swimming fish? Oh yes, I see what you mean.
These pix are only a sample of the many I took. There are more on view in my Scrapbook- under the heading "I Like Driving In My Car".
Kate says she is stuck in writing her novel and has a question for you about sausage pie.
This is an odd question, but she wants to know what is "an absurd side dish for sausage pie, that absolutely does not go with anything sausage, but is still considered edible and English? The cook is experimenting and is serving a weird meal." Kate's novel is set in a fantasy version Victorian England.
She thanks you.
Is Kate aware of the English delicacy known as Toad-in-the-hole- which consists of sausages in batter?
The problem with suggesting an inappropriate accompaniment for sausages is that they're such a basic foodstuff that they go with almost anything. How about "Bubble-and-squeak"- which is a rather deligious fry-up of mashed potato and cabbage.
Toad-in-the-hole and bubble-and-squeak- how does that sound?
Kate says "Just right!"
I think: horrible breakfast...
A bit on the heavy side perhaps, but actually quite tasty.
I love digital photography.
I need a transfusion of spontaneity. I'll plan for it.
I carry a camera with me most of the time- strapped to my belt- so if I see something I like the look of, I'm ready.