September 17, 2006

crack of dawn

You see, the buildings are closing in on the sky! I'm thankful that I'm one of the taller citizens in this city of mine. The air is fresher up where my nose is, under it a sea of black-haired globes but still, how am I supposed to perform my sun salutations? I should just hook up with some island boy and live by the ocean. You reading this Kala?


Blogger Pod said...


like some of your photos. you were the next blog from mine. i love photos too. and sillyness. And can you beat a good moan? i laughed at some of your bitching.

tell me, how do you post your photos so big? i upload mine large but they're the biggest i can get them on the page



1:33 PM  
Anonymous Mimmu said...

What a picture! It really makes to think
your health :)
And Pod - you can make them bigger on a posting page from the corner of a photo.
I use that trick.
Greetings from Finland, our Sun is lower and lower, very soon we can see it only a few hours near the horizon. But next summer is coming... and the Sun.

2:35 PM  
Anonymous kris said...

tera.nya ..terus to the point with K.. :D

ps. that's an impressive shot ..I like!

4:26 PM  
Blogger Pod said...

edwin - hi. thanks for the tip. bit technical for my little pod-like brain. i am sure i would ruin evrything if i tried that. maybe i will have a go. people can click on the photo to enlarge though.

this photo is quite daunting and imposing. a bit spooky even. i am interested to see more.

go well!

5:24 PM  
Blogger Pod said...

mimmu - thanks for the tip. i tried to leave a comment on your blog but couldn't. i wanted to say nice things!

5:30 PM  
Anonymous jazzy said...

you're right you can't see the sun or even a bit of a sky, so you should head for the islands as soon as possible =)

5:35 PM  
Blogger Curly said...

Don't stick your nose in there Edwin, it will get pinched by the converging architecure!

Curly's Photoshop

5:42 PM  
Anonymous Jane said...

hahaha... oh edwin! I really missed reading your blogs!

those buildings are enough for you to move to another island...?!

Yeah, i agree that Kala's place a great place for sun worshipping. ;)

3:32 AM  
Blogger Sally said...

Great humour as usual! G'day edwin, how's it hanging', mate?

6:31 AM  
Blogger Ame said...

Sally! Isn't that a little personal? Yeah Eddie how IS it hangin? LOL! It's all Sally's fault! And this shot creeps me out a little...specially in it's B&W state...somehow makes me think of our "Twin Towers"

10:55 AM  
Blogger midnitebara said...

its not like that here in my small town. There are tall buildings too but just a few.

Im gald to tell you that Im back.., I've resurrected
akita daily photo. hope to see you there

have a nice day!

11:01 AM  
Blogger santy said...

Sally and Ame cracked me up! So, when will you have a show in Hawaii? :) Anyway, I can't believe they build those massive building so close!

1:06 PM  
Blogger edwin s said...

My pleasure Pod! I hope it's doesn't get too tough to do. It really is simpler than it looks.

Kris: Kenanya straight to the point. Kalau tak, buat apa nak gatal dengan dia kan?

Hey Curly, no worries. My nose is kinda large enough to wedge between them ;)

Sally and Ame: It's hanging ok? LOL!

Midnite, welcome back!!!!!

Selamat Po Jane!

Jazzy...oh thanks!

Santy, satu hari nanti, saya akan berpentas di Indonesia. Yeah they are quite close. You should see the ones that are being built next to these 2.

2:15 PM  
Blogger Meg Nakagawa said...

This is pretty scary-awesome, Edwin. Very impressive, and good social commentary. Not just a pretty face, are you?

4:41 PM  
Blogger Pod said...

does that mean you farted on it? i also fantasize about being a pro.....shall try to enlarge my pics. have a good day!

6:46 PM  
Blogger Chris said...

Héhé ! First, that shot is wonderful. Were damm were you located to get those ? Second, keep hidin' till you reach Hawai airport, THEN, keep your feet under The Duke Statue, and Kala should appear :-)

3:31 AM  
Anonymous mike c said...

That's gorgeous!

4:37 PM  
Blogger edwin s said...

Aww shucks Meg ;)

Oh Pod, farts are just the beginning!

Chris, I was on the 4th floor of a building looking out the window with a 200mm zoom. perfect! And ok, the Duke Statue is it!

Thanks Mike.

11:58 PM  

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