Well, I have just discovered that Nige has 'Feet of Clay' ..... I am going one step further ..... the 'what happens next' will be posted on Friday ....
Our hibernation box was trashed,
As we ate our last great feast,
Jumped on by a lunatic,
It's not fit for man nor beast.
Like the phoenix from the ashes,
There rose a brand new box,
This time a sturdy packing case,
Silk lined with D's old frocks.
Settled for the duration,
Quite calm (in no way vexed)
Look carefully at the picture,
And guess what happens next ....
Couldn't resist the follow up ....... am spending a nice relaxed Friday night in .....
The shadows are all mobloggers ......
November is the month,
According to our Nige,
That should have us all jumping,
So please, dear friends, oblige.
International jump month,
Mobloggers don't be late,
(As far as I'm concerned,
I think I'll hibernate!)
Halloween is upon us,
Cobwebs and ghostly dust,
Bat droppings in the belfry,
Door hinges left to rust.
With double duster action
And his fairy at his feet,
When it comes to cleaning up
Our Sprocket can't be beat!
Just put him in the scary house
And in a blinding flash,
He'll have it all spick and span
.... just let him have a bash!
Prompted by Sprocket's comments on a previous post of mine (No. 78 It's just that time of year).....
30th Oct 2007, 20:53
Dropped in on the opening night of the Strychnin Gallery in East London on Friday, the opening exhibition, Kings and Queens and Childhood Dreams, had a couple of Bronx Elf's friend, Tim Roosen's artworks on display ... I met up with my sister (who lives locally) and went early, hoping to get the chance to see and photograph the exhibition ... however it filled up so quickly that I didn't get the opportunity to do either properly ....
1. Shhh .. The wasp queen wanted to keep this a secret ... but she failed ... The gallery was packed just half an hour after opening ... Wasp Queen by Virginie Ropars ...
2. On arrival
3. 'Royalty in Exile' one of two Tim Roosen artworks .... afraid I could not do it justice as it was hung very high up on the wall ...
4. The only shot I managed to get of Tim Roosen's other piece before the crowds descended ...
5. Close-up of the above .....
6. The crowd ....
7. I managed to grab a few minutes chat with the artist himself ...