Wow! Otway, your photography is AMAZING! I am a Photoshop and Picasa3 experimenter, but your work is incredible!! So glad to have the blog addy! I’ll check in often!! Tell your sweet wife hello from us!
Weren’t there no fish in there? Did y’all try chartreuse spinner baits?
I caught a chain pickerel but was really just enjoying and photographing. It would have been great to have photographed a nice bass. They have unique coloring there. The fern I brought home was the big catch!
If I’m not mistaken, you’ve recently changed the type face on you blog banner. I like the new venture into good type!
…not to mention the name of the blog. WDL.
I just noticed Wes had a Hillbilly Haiku contest and didn’t noticed one by you, but enjoyed this one.
Them there moonshine hills
is full of red-eyed devil possums
let’s shoot ’em then drink.
regarding header : Our web guru BigK suggested change, the type is the same standard wordpress (different color) but the title nails the site. Though I’ll miss Neptune, the river, bridge, and majestic birds work well.
My haiku was one of the early ones. You’d ‘a had to scroll down pretty far to find it. It’s kind of obtuse, but it comes from an actual quote from a real redneck from my fishing club who was having trouble with a neighbor’s pit bull coming onto his property to attack his chicken coop:
Mister pit bull ‘gon
be belly up in the creek
and my chickens safe.
(The actual quote was Mr. Pit Bull ‘gon be belly up in the creek bottom, but I had to shorten it to get the right number of syllables. This is also the source of some of my musings about creek bottoms)
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1984 Computer portrait from State Fair