Sunday, February 24, 2008

The secret world of Snark

An affectionate but playful video tribute to a beautiful person and a beautiful city- Chicago. This is by permission of Snark himself... I don't generally post videos identifying specific people or where they domicile. This is Chicago's far north-side Edgewater neighborhood and the hidden gem Berger Park at sunrise. Notice especially the frozen lake, and the umbrella I found for my rugs! (I've already cleaned it... see my rug blog for updates on its being worked into a rug.)


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OK, that's enough from me for a while. I have a Bio exam next week, several rugs I want to finish, Tess is nearly hospital sick, and... its time for someone else to post!

My next artistic endeavor will be a slideshow of poignant stills taken in alleyways. If you WANT to see them here, leave a comment to that effect. Else, I'll just put them at my multiply blog. I'm not engaging it or keeping up with comments, but I tend to put my more artistic and personal videos and pictures there.

3 comments:

SnarkAngel said...

This blog is as much about the personal (and a lot of other things) as the socio-political. PLEASE feel free to post the slideshow here!

And just FYI, dear Goth, I HAVE seen the sunrise over Lake Michigan! Okay, granted, it's been about 5 years ago. And it was after closing the bars at 5 a.m. on a Sunday morning in the summer. But I saw it! Then it was time for breakfast at Standee's. Then sleeping until 2 in the afternoon!

The Rug Goth said...

OK, when I get it assembled I will. I'm working on editing a video I shot of Tess today right now. She's so sick she should be in the hospital, but her attitude is If I'm going to be miserable, I'd prefer to be in your arms with a Papillon licking my face, than in the hospital in a bed with nursing jabbing needles in my ass.

This comes through well on the video, but her poor sick voice doesn't. My computer's a dinosaur, but I'm looking at my options.

SnarkAngel said...

Poor Tess. Does going to the hospital offer her no benefits over staying at home?