Tuesday, March 23, 2010

We are all worms, but I do believe I am a glowworm.


Another day, another shot of Sullivan's Cove down here in Hobart. This morning the bus arrived on time, and despite the presence of one youngster who wanted to share the latest pop s hit (think robot voice unimpressively droning over equally unimpressive synth drum beat) with all on the bus, the trip passed by as pleasantly as one might expect.

This contrasts very much with three o'clock this morning, when I (an I suspect that everyone else) was awoken by the incessant squealing of tyres and revving of engines. Not being a "car man" myself, I shudder at the thought of the incredibly minuscule penises that must lay at the root of such behaviour...

9 comments:

Magpie said...

I especially love the water and sky in this shot. The water looks like glass.

Kris said...

There was a similar sky this morning. I snared a few shots.

uncertainhorizon said...

The sky is my favourite part of this photo... it is wonderful!

Kris said...

I'll admit that the sky is what does it for me too.

Roddy said...

There is always something about a grey, somber sky. As the clouds build and alter through all the shades of grey. Nothing better, set against a well lit background.
The prick in the car! He is all phallus. One giant prick. I wonder whether they burn new tyres or buy used ones to spin into oblivion.

kylie said...

love this photo!

Kris said...

Roddy, I like clouds. Unless I have loads of washing to hang out.

Kylie, thanks!

KL said...

I ABSOLUTELY LOVE this pic...gorgeous capture of skies.....

Kris said...

KL, we've had a few nice mornings of late...