I love the composure and the sentiment, don't agree with it, I mean, it's alright, but y'know it's a river with a few ploughed fields. Madison you need to get out of Madison.
I don't know about you but when I watched Attenborough and they have the lion and the antelope, one's normally waiting to pounce, chase or at the very least eat the other. This rare photo of the two species posing all happy and smiley makes me very suspicious of so called "wildlife documentaries" and their "behaviours."
This was a postcard entered for a car competition. I think the postmark was smeared by Ian's tears not the inefficient franking machine.
I like the way she's either a loner or the sea had swept the sand back whilst she sunbathed. Upon waking she discovered herself stuck surrounded by rocks and deadly sea sludge, her friends all play like they've already forgotten her existence.
I think we've possibly passed the days when the underbelly of a Russian passenger plane flying in light blue can capture that holiday feeling, or really any feeling that can't be recreated in, I dunno, an airport. I also would like to note the rod or as I'd like to think ejected pilot floating off for a better life somewhere, Zimbabwe?
This cat's the cat that just hates you for no reason. It hated so much now no one loves it and it lives in a cave, alone.