Tuesday, November 20, 2007

MIDNIGHT FANTASY

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In the fantastic land of dreams, things convulse & roil like a 60`s light show. This dream image is of the feeding mouth of a fluorescing Ricorda. The field of spheres surrounding the mouth are part of the body of this Coralimorph.
Beyond this, a set of images will hopefully make your day a little more light-stepped.
Over on Planet Earth, a friendly old man of the woods has volunteered to go on those early morning walks with Andif. His many different expressions were captured by surreptitiously taking shots while he was distracted by the numerous activities around the area. He always seems surprised & happy observing the most simple things.
In the header, a caution warning, hence the cones, should be heeded. If you go beyond the cones, a bunch of images will jump out at you. I`m kidding. Have a nice day & enjoy the White Knuckle trip.
And please, thank somebody.

10 comments:

NDD said...

I have a hard time convincing myself the purple blobs are not moving. Very bizzare, otherworldly that one.

I'm going to have to go through the coneheads again, as a very much enjoyed that tour. Nice variety of artifacts!

Viewing the woody faces in person must be quite the crackup. I'd think it would be hard to avoid a huge grin when encountering those creatures.

The tour behind the Midnight Fantasy will have to wait, as I've run dry on patience with dialup for today. Lookin' forwar to it though.

AndiF said...

I know it's anatomically impossible but I have a woody for your woody. :)

And of course, I tip my marmotini to your very superior "IVY FISH GIMLET".

Knucklehead said...

NDD,
They are moving.

The funny thing about the faces in the tree is that, shooting the tree from different angles, changes the expression on the tree in many ways.

Knucklehead said...

Andif,
Speaking of "Woodies" did you see the one on the starfish. When a starfish loses a limb, a new one grows back. On the other hand, the limb also grows a new starfish, creating this well hung star.

MsNDD said...

This definitely has a 60's light show effect. Very mesmerizing!

olivia said...

Wow! That is wild Head -- the colours are gorgeous.

olivia said...

Btw, I started over at the flickr and yep, that starfish really stood out ... hehe.

Knucklehead said...

Ms NDD,
I guess we both know what we`re talking about, eh!

Knucklehead said...

Olivia, it sure looks like a wild head, doesn`t it?

Knucklehead said...

Olivia, He`d definitely be noticed in the battle of the bulge.