Another Dark Little Corner

moon phases

Started this before change to "New Blogger", as backup in case of trouble with digiphoto blog "In a Small Dark Room", or rants & links blog "Hello Cruel World" . Useful - at one stage Dark Room was there, but like the astrophysical Dark Matter, we could't see it ... better now, but kept Just In Case.

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There is nothing. There is no God and no universe, there is only empty space, and in it a lost and homeless and wandering and companionless and indestructible Thought. And I am that thought. And God, and the Universe, and Time, and Life, and Death, and Joy and Sorrow and Pain only a grotesque and brutal dream, evolved from the frantic imagination of that same Thought.
Mark Twain (letter to Joseph Twichell after his wife's death)
[me, on a bad day]

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2004-02-04 (nice (never naughty) pictures from A Maturing Photographer)
leading one to:
and even
thence, eventually
Infectious Photo Projects is intended to be a simple site that lists photography-related memes on the web. Please tell us about any new memes, so we can add them to the list. What is a meme? - Meme In simplest terms, a meme is a contagious idea. Therefore, these are all interesting photo projects that focus on a uniquely contagious idea or theme. Also, not all photo meme projects need to be collaborative, although many of them tend to be.

Then there's
Interactive Atlases of Valley of the Kings & Theban Necropolis

Film Sound Stereotypes and Common Logic Flaws (on general Film Sound site)

And while we're looking at Ancient History & film-making, let us take inspiration from Mr Gibson & get our props here:

Chortle. OK, it's not the worlds wittiest or most subtle, and may not even be all that accurate (unlike the wonderful one below (20th January). Today's Sydney Morning Herald cartoon by Alan Moir just struck my funny bone right.

Alan Moir cartoon, 4th February 2004

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