Sunday, June 28, 2009

Games

Games, board games and card games that is, have been around for thousands of years. Many of the games we know so well today are modifications of ancient games played by the Indians and Chinese. No point there, just a tidbit of information for you.



The Standoff
The Standoff
The classic game of chess.


On The Battlefield
On The Battlefield
Now the game is getting interesting.


Scrabbled
Scrabbled
Scrab-ble \'skrab-…ôl\ vb 1 : to scratch or claw about clumsily or frantically


From games of skill we move to games of luck:

Wheeeee!
Wheeeee!
One of the many versions of monopoly. With an improvised game piece.


Shuffle The Cards
Shuffle The Cards

Saturday, June 27, 2009

Hope

Hope vb n
1: to long for with expectation of obtainment
2: desire accompanied by expectation of or belief in fulfillment


Hope
Hope

Friday, June 26, 2009

Textures

Textures can be conveyed without the sense of touch. Our minds are very tactile. They're good at looking at an object and imaging how it would feel to run a hand over it. Each bump and valley. Each nook and cranny.

The photos today are ones that convey senses of texture.

The Texture
The Texture of Moss

Peeling Paint
Peeling Paint