Wow, I just realized that I haven’t posted a photograph in a while. Here’s one I took yesterday with my 3.2 megapixel phone camera. I know what you’re thinking: I really should upgrade. I should, but there’s nothing wrong with my phone and I really just like it. I’m kind of like that. Even when there’s something much better out there, I’d rather remain loyal to what I have. It’s my way of showing appreciation. Anyway, here’s that photo:
Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace has been out for seventeen years now. But the length of time between initial release and now never seems to stop the film, or the advertising related to it, from popping into my head every so often. Sometimes, this happens spontaneously while, occasionally, I’ll make a connection to it through something I see. In order for the photo I’m about to talk about to make sense, though, you first have to watch this thirty-second tone poem ad for the film:
All good? Good.
So here’s the story: I was hanging out at a local Best Buy when I saw a display of Disney Infinity toys; you know, the figures that work with the now cancelled game. Anyway, while browsing the display for the Darth Maul figure, I came across a figure for the character Fear from the movie Inside Out. For reasons that remain unclear to me at the moment, I had to remove the two hanging packages from their hooks, stand them next to each other on a nearby empty display box, and snap a photo, all while Best Buy cameras watched some crazy person posing toys and taking pictures of them.
That’s the picture I took, Fear standing next to Darth Maul because Fear is his ally, as stated in the above tone poem.
Yes, I realize how stupid this is.
But hey, now I have an idea to buy those two figures (when they drop in price) and stand them next to each other somewhere so that when someone sees them and asks me why I have Darth Maul next to Fear, I can casually answer, “Fear is his ally,” and look on as the person gives me a continued open-mouth stare as if there’s something wrong with me.
Yes, I realize there actually is something wrong with me.
Hopefully, the Best Buy security people will take that into account and go easy on me next time I show up there.
Oh, and I also have an idea for a crossover film starring Darth Maul and Fear that I have to pitch to Disney now. Let’s hope they go with it.
By the way, if you somehow never saw the magnificently done Star Wars Episode I tone poems, I’ll put them below. There are five in total, including the above-embedded One Truth. The others, in the order they appear below, are One Destiny, One Dream, One Love, and One Will. In case you’re wondering (probably not), my favorite is One Love. Enjoy. 🙂
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted a photo, so here’s one that could be something I took while on a planet inhabited by giant plant-like things. I’m glad none of them spouted, “Feed me, Seymour!”
A picture from my school of work, taken with my 3.2 megapixel phone camera. I just love the lighted pathway under the brewing storm. When I stepped outside and saw this, I knew I was walking home. I enjoy walking in a storm.
Just a picture of some wet rocks that I took with my 3.2 mega pixel cell phone camera on a rainy day.
I love the rain. 🙂
I like walking in the rain. Not only because of the rain, but also because, if the rain lets up, I might catch a rainbow, like the one below. If you look to its right, you’ll see a hint of a second rainbow. Usually, when I see a rainbow, I start humming “The Rainbow Connection.” I’m kind of cliché like that. 😉
I took this photo of a fountain at midday. I just love the way the reflections of the sun play on the waves.
Around this time last year, I took an impromptu trip up to the Space Needle in Seattle, Washington. Now, you’d think after saying this that I would post pictures of the Space Needle or, at the very least, Seattle.
But I’m not.
So here’s a sunrise in Denver, Colorado that I caught on the return trip. If you look closely, the cloud formation looks like a person is hugging the sun. You might have to click the image for a better view, and even then you still may not see it.