Month: April 2022

POTD: Patriot’s Dream #72

Patriot’s Dream #72
Bozeman, Montana
2022

I came across this squirrel dragging a small flag down the road in the local cemetery. I followed him for a hundred yards or so before he scampered off the road and posed long enough for me to get a few shots of him.

POTD: Tired of It

Tired of It
Bozeman, Montana
2022

This whole area of Montana (and beyond) is still under extreme drought conditions and the snow pack in the mountains is quite low for this time of year. So I’m glad for all the additional precipitation we’ve been getting. But really, it’s late April so I’d much rather see it come in a clear rather than white version. (It can come down as snow all it wants up in the mountains, but down here in the valleys it’s high time for a change.) I can’t help but think these crows feel the same way.

POTD: Zen Insects

Zen Insects
Two Guns, Arizona
2022

Ommmmmmm. Or should I say bzzzzzzzzzzzzzz?

(My apologies to all the serious mantra chanters our there.)

POTD: Useless Things Logic Would Imply

Useless Things Logic Would Imply
Two Guns, Arizona
2022

If God is not a sky daddy, and you are god, then that would mean you are not a sky daddy. But wait, there’s more! John Lennon said “I am he as you are he as you are me
and we are all together.” So by extension both he (whoever he is) and I are both God but not sky daddies. I cannot find any information on how the Lennon premise might apply to those of the female gender.

(In trying to figure out some useful meaning to the message in this image, it is clear my train of thought has gone completely off the rails.)

POTD: Nothing=Nada

Nothing=Nada
Two Guns, Arizona
2022

This is sort of a modern take on Native American ledger art. In this case, a map of the state of Colorado was repurposed to serve as a canvas for this portrait of Dr. Nothing.

POTD: Spartacous and the Nsrgnts

Spartacous and the Nsrgnts
Two Guns, Arizona
2022

I Googled both Spartacousart and Nsrgnts and both searches lead to some rather interesting art. Nsrgnts in particular focuses on indigenous art and causes.