bogeyandruby

Random stuff, reflections on the meaning of life and death, humour, self-deprecation, a bit of bad poetry.

I was reading through some unfinished blog entries and decided to group them by subject in an effort to salvage something worth posting


The supermoon was November 14th, 2016. Sometimes it’s better to experience life in real time than get the shot. 

After googling “how  to photograph the supermoon”, I stepped out the back door and took aim at the moon with the recommended iOS, but the clouds got there first, and the focus would not lock through the bare branches of the maple trees on my lot. Not wanting to look foolish, I took some shots of November trees instead, in the dark, and in doing so, completely missed the supermoon.


Haiku

this menopause fog
found cheese in the butter dish
the moon in the man.

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