Thursday, June 15, 2017

#Photography on the Blog 6/15 | A Train, a Brain, and a Refrain ... and Too Much Grain

Colombo, Sri Lanka

Commuters travel to work by train

Photograph: Dinuka Liyanawatte/Reuters

Emily Litella:  it's the moment you realize it might have been better to travel first class.

They are in the first class section, Emily.

Emily:  oh?  Never mind

WIKI:  Emily Litella

Paris, France

Spanish street artist Oscar Okuda pauses while painting a mural representing the Mona Lisa on a building in the 13th arrondissement

Photograph: Martin Bureau/AFP/Getty Images

Ed:  her eyes follow you everywhere you go!

Well, mate, it looks to me like those eyes followed one too many.

Sumatra, Indonesia

A pangolin emerges from a crate following an anti-smuggling raid in Belawan. Authorities have seized hundreds of critically endangered pangolins in a haul worth $190,000 (£149,000) after uncovering a huge smuggling operation

Photograph: Gatha Ginting/AFP/Getty Images

We don't need to be flogged with the editorial about taking better care of endangered creatures but we do like seeing that little pangolin up there will get a refrain and you may notice a couple of others on top of the box to the right.

The pangolin has the most exotic type of scales but Chief Dan George can give us the advisory on pangolins:  "They're for lookin' at; they're not for takin' home."

One more on the general theme for here is what's most likely to be too much of the grain ... alcohol, that is.

Oh, oh, oh, you know that's goin' hurt.  Once in your life you maybe need that kind of a drunk so you know, man, I am NEVER doing that again.

Sorry, girl, but it will get better ... in, oh, a day or two.  Love the make-up, tho.

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