Project 313 – Post No. 088

Alright! I’m on a roll now! I’m knocking these out as if they were . . . OK, I don’t have a good simile right now but still, I’m knocking these out like something that also gets knocked out.

For them coming in late, I’m trying to get well ahead of publishing these so that I might have a number of days where I can concentrate on other things without being interrupted by Project 313 stuff. 

I’ve also been using these quick efforts to direct readers toward older posts. Yesterday, it was a post with bugs . . . today, it’s a post with a super-bug. In case you don’t click on the link, it’s a fly. A heck of a scary fly that — once you see it — will give you nightmares. 

. . . enough said . . . 

And now, the photo:

Project 313 088

Another photo from Fort Jackson in Savannah, Georgia. This one has been treated with a few different Topaz plugins. I’m not sure why that lock is on that ring. I think that’s a photo from a cell so it could be prisoners used to be shackled there. 

I like this next joke . . . but then, I like these types of jokes. 

Certainly, they’re not for everyone. Luckily, I’m not everyone, so I appreciate them. The jokes, not everyone. 

I think humans are unique animals because — as far as I know — we are the only species that builds monuments. I mean, other species may built functional monuments (termite mounds) and some species build structures as part of their courtship and/or reproductive rites. 

Humans are the only ones who build structures to glorify themselves or other humans. 

But, if other animals did build monuments, what would they look like? For instance, If Multicolor Worms Built A Monument to Themselves, what might it look like? Why, it might look like this, of course. Ignore the little dark spots; it’s worm droppings. 

If Multicolor Worms Built a Monument to Themselves

And . . . that’s it

Some of these posts will likely be longer as the mood hits me, but most will be thus; short, uninteresting, bland, and relentless.

You can read about Project 313 HERE.

That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.


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6 Responses to Project 313 – Post No. 088

  1. I like that old rusty stuff you photograph; I must admit That I’ve taken photos; of sorts, of rusty stuff, in fact I took a few of some old rusty crane bits on the foreshore around parts of The Harbour, a few weeks back. Left from way back when small ships used to tie up there to unload who knows what. The rusty stuff is all that’s left of those days.
    I take it I’m in your dog house, as you didn’t comment on my dog post, where you got a mention. Okay if you want to sulk go ahead and sulk! Ha!!! and bugger the hugs :)


    • disperser says:

      Not sulking. I’d seen those before and it’s also a re-blog which I often don’t comment on.

      As for the mention, I didn’t think I needed to answer especially since — because I didn’t comment — I got no notice of any comments after I read the post and hence didn’t know of any mention.

      Besides, you’ve been mentioned many times and never answered, so it’s not like you have much to complain about.


      • I see you like to split the infinitive. Typical.!
        I can’t recall getting a mention many times, but then again I just take a cursory glance as a rule :)
        However, I wasn’t actually complaining, just curious. Complaints get me nowhere I’ve found.


      • disperser says:

        My mentions are oblique and stealthy and require paying attention . . . hence why I’m not surprised by your silence.

        However, if you want, I can accuse you of taking offense or otherwise being put out by what are — usually — jabs directed your way.


  2. You’re knocking them out like Lennox Lewis knocked out Mike Tyson! ???
    Or like Mars, Inc knocks out M&M’s! ???

    OOH! Those are cool fly photos!!! :-D And not as scary as the fly in the movie The Fly. Ha.

    PHOTO: Cool effects!
    CARTOON: Ha and Aw! Poor Mr. Lonely!
    DOODLE: I can see worms wiggling in their monument…and that be a lot of worm pooh!

    HUGS!!! :-)


    • disperser says:

      Good suggestions . . . but too violent! . . . except for the M&M one.

      The Fly had a regular housefly . . . or do you mean the “human” fly? Not so much scary as “rubbery”.

      Thank you.
      Yes; Mr. Lonely is one of the people not helped by technology.
      Worm poo is the best for growing stuff.

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