Friday, July 31, 2009

what it means is...

...only JP was partly right: I may not have urn'd my rest, but I'm taking it anyway. So, because you came, saw and should not find the field barren of daisies:

1. I really should stop but I can't seem to help myself: Frozen has to be the one film I've blogged about most without actually having seen. But hey - anything that reminds me of Tony Leung Chiu-wai is good, right? But I was talking about Frozen. No, actually; Shanker Raman is talking about Frozen.

2. A photograph from Kiarostami's Rain Series in the Guardian. [via BM and Politics, Theory, Photography]. More photographs from this and other series available here.

3. And Ludwig, who returns only when the fields are white, is going to be in the dumps. Reason: the VP is visiting and all roads leading to his Greenco quiz are out of bounds. But if you live nearly and can afford to curl your lip at VPs, please go.

Is it really already the weekend? How?


??! said...

But you were on a rest!

km said...

These daisies of the field, are they toiling and spinning too much?

Space Bar said...

??!: I know, I know. But, you know, busy and all, what to do.

Will be back - you know I will.

km: They're are nodding their heads and being frivolous in the extreme. I hate them.

Lekhni said...

I like the idea of living nearly :) It happens to me every winter, when I am barely alive and mostly hibernating. But I suppose you weren't talking about that.

Cheshire Cat said...

Thanks for the Kiarostami link, Space, I'd missed that... It's the essence of his work - the sense of landscape as metaphor.