April 4, 2005
You know how there are some smells that you would recognise from 20 paces?
Ones so distinctive that you wouldn’t be able to say how old you were when you first identified it, but which are recorded in the memory card of your nasal passages?
Well marijuana is one of those smells for me.
Continue reading Pot Pourri (Brisbane)
Whispers on the Wind
How do you capture ‘spring’ in just one photograph?
For me, there’s just something about the dandelion seed head that encapsulates that sense of new beginnings and blossoming.
Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Spring
I stumbled across these letters in a local shopping centre.
Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Letters
On the last Friday of every month, the re•call series will introduce you to some of the older posts on the site, so that you don’t miss out. You will find a selection from each of the categories:
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Up On The Roof
I have been visiting Horniman Museum & Gardens in South London for over thirty years. It is a place of fascinating exploration and hidden details.
Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: On Top
L ast week, the Sex and the Wheelchair post discussed some of my thoughts on maintaining sexual relationships in times of disability and/or chronic illness.
This week, I have been struggling with my health, so I haven’t been able to moderate the site.
Continue reading Freshly Pressed Wheelchair
Out of the Blue
This week, we were challenged with giving our take on a monument. I have chosen Tower Bridge because I have always loved the intricacy of its design.
Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Monument
I want to fuck my wife.
Yep, I said it. I want to fuck my wife.
In fact, I’d prefer to be doing that rather than writing this post. But unfortunately, no can do.
And that’s the problem right there.
I realise that many of you are now hurriedly backing away from your screens at this point, but I really need to talk about this.
Continue reading Sex and the Wheelchair
This is the face that greets you when you arrive at Luna Park in Sydney (Australia). It is a rather striking (if somewhat disconcerting) welcome to a very lively fun-park.
Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Threshold