Monday, May 17, 2010

I'd like it here if I could leave and see it from a long way away

Some of us like to stay inside on rainy days, while others feel the urge to get out and engage in (relatively) brisk aerobic exercise. Click the title for a link to R.E.M.'s Good Advices.If you want to see other pavement level sights, I've just posted on Tinytheatre.

In case you were wondering about the low P.O.V. here recently, yes, I am now two inches tall and residing in a drain pipe.

13 comments:

Anja said...

Love the effect : snail and a car... I prefer a snail speed :o)

Clowncar said...

2 inches high, huh?

I recently changed my POV to third person omniscient and so can see all things at all times, from a comfortable remove. primarily from my couch.

Subby said...

I kinda feel like that snail about now...no wait, he's faster, heh...

Not sure what it is but most folks round my area just have to get out in the rain...!

Titus said...

Beautiful!
And most importantly, nowhere near my hostas.

Chris David Richards said...

Title poetry.

ArtSparker said...

Chris- that is Mikey Stipe, not me. But I like it.

martinealison said...

Bravo pour cette photo... En France nous n'aimons pas seulement les escargots dans notre assiette !
En ce moment le temps est si exécrable que nos chers escargots sont très heureux de nous montrer leurs cornes!
Bises

Dominic Rivron said...

2 inches tall? Did you survive the snail attack?

nouvelles couleurs - vienna atelier said...

Hi! this is full of sense! beautifull

Celeste Bergin said...

wow---you certainly did get low for that shot! I like thinking about a "snail's pace" right now--it seems very inviting.

Adam said...

The REM lines also remind me of those from 'Wandering Star', and a sentiment I kind of share - "I've never seen a site that didn't look better looking back".

Totalfeckineejit said...

Squish it NOW. Them bastards are destroying my cabbages.

mouse (aka kimy) said...

hello snail friend

love your p.o.v