Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Borghild's makin' poetry with the cell-phone camera...

Steps of deception, a newsstand for the canine community,
or an urban tomb? And why is everything out of balance?

Tom, Dick and Harry...


Easter Island wannabees are just airheads

Han Solo's aunt was also frozen in carbonite.
The procedure left her in suspended animation.
The scene was ditched in "The Empire Strikes Back"

Outside the cemetary, written on the grey thingie...

I wonder why it is posted outside a cemetary.
(from the Hitch Hiker's Guide to...)

...and maybe a little Python:

[sigh] Makes you feel so, sort of, insignificant, doesn't it?
Yeah. Yeah. [sniff] Can we have your liver, then?
Yeah. All right. You talked me into it.

"Everybody needs something nice in their lives" - well, who would disagree...

Just to tease blind people...

Compulsory stunt acrobatics does not apply to the disabled -
Taken at the University of Tromsö, in the land of the midnight sun.

Candles that fart

A rubber duck on the roof of your Saab, is better than ten in the muffler.

The Norwegian College of Elite Sport
Where male intimacy, hot showers and doing tricks with balls are all part of the curriculum.

"Fhv Fanejunker og Kvartermester"
Is that some kinda drug lingo?

Chairman of the telephone?!

"Rouhi's" The hairdresser & teddy-bear shop.

The tin-foil disposable barbeque and the emptied six-pack...
Summer has come to the inner city parks!

Promising... promising... but can it really be?!
Can it be true - around the corner... really?

Behold paradise! - Art for your arteries!

White Sunday, and brown christmas tree.

The cinema had to make way to a new convenient store.
But hey, have a go on these great swings...

And all the kids had frizzy hair...

Solitude stinks

A miniature glacier, often overlooked and unappreciated.

You wish...

Our lokal greengrocer displays a box of oranges with spots.
It is there, right by the two turned over fridges.
Last week it was a sack of potatoes...

Our lokal greengrocer displays cartons of juice from a country far away.
A feast for the eye. A carnival for the senses. $1.25 a liter.

Our lokal greengrocer displays an assortment of vegetables from the wonderfull world of conserves. Tomatoes and chickpeas - yummy!

Where christmas trees go to die

Suburban treehouse overlooking the industrial area.
A futile effort to distance yourself from the industrialized world.
Zen value; 1,5 out of 10.

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