Vivre Sa Vie – Vivre sa vie on The Auteurs. From the article: By Hamid Sirhan on December 19, 2009 back to Vivre sa vie I have quickly become a fan of Godard’s work in the past week. I had previously enjoyed some of his films as part of my academic study in the pastContinue reading “Vivre Sa Vie – Vivre sa vie on The Auteurs”
The movie I want to re-make, about how a girl falls into prostitution to pay the rent. “Vivra sa vie”: Shouldn’t Love Be the Only Truth?.
Somewhere along the way, the language changed, the promises made have been adjusted according to memory and the person’s mood who is in control of my livelihood, worth, work put into the projects (from time to investment of your own assets, capital, time that could have made money elsewhere) well I’m right there with youContinue reading “Stage 44: Trying not to get screwed”
Originally uploaded by christennnn I love this photo and admirer this photog’s work on flickr
Tumbleweed Bar Originally uploaded by Lost America Abandoned but still lit.
DSC00059 Originally uploaded by QuatroH This is the township where I grew up, wrote for “The Goochland Gazette” one summer, rode on the kennel float for Goochland Day, floated down the James River in inner tubes from Irwin to Maidens and got lost on the neighbors’ 450 acres one day riding my horse Buck, goingContinue reading “Goochland Courthouse”
Little Tokyo , Downtown LA Originally uploaded by chadbonanno Not far from where I live.
Not long ago I wrote about the earthquake in Chile which was an 8.8. Well, just yesterday we had a 4.4 about 10 miles east of downtown Los Angeles. It woke Billy and I up, which is no mean feat his having been up for days (I can only pull 24-36 hours these days beforeContinue reading “4.4 at 4:14 a.m.”
Lawn Facades Originally uploaded by zachstern Where I got my higher education, looking ghostly, looking like a dream, that is is.
This is near where I grew up in a pastoral land in the gallant South, a place called Goochland, Virginia that was like Shangri-La to me, but was lost over half of my life ago as my family scattered across the continent and over many impasses that still sit there, like a gaping hole. ThisContinue reading “Map of my world”
Shapes In The Sky Originally uploaded by Gary Newman This shot is simply stunning and dramatic in a way that shows us how earth or nature or the atmosphere or elemental particles or light and air or even what we call God has a sense of the spectacular and is in love with beauty. WhoContinue reading “Shapes In The Sky”
Classic theme songs from shows like the A-Team, Adam-12 and the Andy Griffith Show. Looks like we only got through the As, but a good resource, maybe, for this filmmic reality site you see before you now. http://ow.ly/1iCL2.
octopus Originally uploaded by eb78 Graffiti (not gangland tagging) can be art. Street art, urban chronicles, murals have expressed the same visceral responses as museum pieces where God’s wrath is wrought down on a hapless humanity.
A re-post of a ‘Salon’ article. A reader’s advice to writers Posted using ShareThis
Art web sites Splashnology.