Fly Feather Fly

Fly Feather Fly

This is Fly Feather Fly, a stone print made by Zimbabwean artist Richard Jack in 1993. And a very small part of the chaos that is the room I spend most of my time in.

I’ve been a bit lax with the picture a day project the last few days and it’s nearly midnight again. And there have already been far too many pictures of the cat.

4 Replies to “Fly Feather Fly”

  1. I don’t think you quite understand this internet thing if you believe there can be far to many pictures of the cat.

  2. What is it with cats? They pretend that they don’t care whether you photograph /draw them or not, then lie there in exquisite poses and are very obliging subjects.

    Your bookshelves look quite tidy. What does the floor look like? Is this an honest photo? I’m thinking of my work room….

  3. Hahaha. And for lunch today I propose assembling a sandwich de fromage.

    CdV, the picture is honest as far as it goes. It reflects only a very tiny proportion of the space and almost undoubtedly the most tidy section. The rest is, I can say without a shadow of doubt, a slum of hitherto unprecedented dimensions. I use my mouse only with great difficulty nudging between the piles of stuff littering the mousemat. It’s so shameful I am absolutely not going to take a picture of it.

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