Project 313 – Post No. 293

Hmm . . . as I post links to my 2014 review, I’m sorely tempted to at least try a short (ha!) review of 2018. In contrast, THIS is not a short review of 2014’s second quarter of Disperser posts. But, if you want to see birds, flowers, insects, and a few other things — and have twenty minutes to spare — this is the post for you.

As I looked at that post again, I’m sure I’m now going to try a short 2018 review. I just need to fire up my creative writing juices which — sadly — have been languishing in forlorn dejection somewhere in my juice reservoir.

And now, the photo:

Project 313 293

It’s a good thing I have a few photos of flowers but . . . am I just being too lazy in my efforts? I mean, sure, flowers look nice, but what else could I use as subjects for these last few remaining Project 313 Posts?

We’ll just have to wait and see. The bigger problem is that I’m out of Doodles. [Collective GASP!]

No, it’s true. Well, almost true. I have a few doodles out there . . . unassuming, uninteresting doodles. BUT . . . perhaps I can use my processing wiles to enhance their appearance and make them worthy of these posts.

Some might even say it takes no effort at all to raise one’s work to the standards of these offerings.

But, one cannot say that about the cartoons. I know a few bald guys (guys who shave their heads) and whenever I see them (or catch a good glimpse to my own thinning hair) I’m reminded of this cartoon. 

If ever I’m in a position to make this happen, it’s happening.

I end the Phoenix doodles series with . . . The Phoenix Swan — Glow Stick Edition.

The Phoenix Swan — Glow Stick Edition

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. 293

  1. AnnMarie says:

    I’m sure you’ll find ample subjects to use as your photo . . . however, creatively processing your flower photos is just fine with me.


    • disperser says:

      Thanks, Ann. I want to stretch into other subjects just to see if I can do it.

      I’ve done a few different ones for upcoming posts.

      . . . And there’s not that many left to the end of the project.


  2. Post #293! Wowza!
    PHOTOS: I’m enjoying the flowers. But, other subjects could be birds, murals/signs, animals, Mr. Bones, fabrics… :-)
    CARTOON: HA! That is SO something I would do, too! Gotta’ look for ways to make life fun!
    DOODLE: Very glow-y! I think I could see it in the dark!
    I did gasp. I will miss the doodles. Heck, I will miss these Project 313 posts. :-(
    HUGS!!! :-)


    • disperser says:

      Thank you, Carolyn.

      Yup, it’s getting close to the end. I can see the darkness at the end of the tunnel of light.

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      • How are you 2 feeling?!


      • disperser says:

        If one were to arbitrarily assign a percentage to one’s health (and discounting the continuous process of dying) I would say we’re about 80% with occasional dips into the 60% range. Obviously, an improvement on the depths of our misery not that many days ago.

        Still, walking around with 20% of one’s health missing (excluding the fact we’re all slowly dying) is not ideal. I’m hoping to reach at least 92.67% by the end of the weekend. I would prefer if it were a full 93% but don’t want to raise my expectations to an unreasonable level.


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