Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Personality in Pictures (part I)

Instructions can be found, and blame can be placed here at Ms. Katey's site. You're all lucky that I could find 10 without delving into my strange and somewhat personal stash of photos... I'll leave that to Ms. Sin.





11 comments:

Aaron Polson said...

I want a big bowl full of that last one. Looks yummy.

Natalie L. Sin said...

I like the little cart attached to the bicycle.

katey said...

Kilts are dead sexy.

If this is what the inside of your mind looks like, it must be awesome indeed. I await the next installment with excitement!

Anton Gully said...

I don't much approve of pictures. Too flashy. I possess two actual photographs, both of my former life partner. She was such a good dog.

However, if I was posting pictures off my hard-drive they'd either be from asofterworld.com or artlessly photo-shopped pictures of me and Lily Allen.

Alan, about that first photo. Has to be said that back in the old days Scottish prostitutes were a bit rough, weren't they?

Anton Gully said...

"I like the little cart attached to the bicycle."

That's a motorbike sedan chair thingy, I think. Probably Malaysian or Filipino or similar.

Catherine J Gardner said...

Woot! Trifle.

Rebecca Nazar said...

My mother is a stained-glass artisan, makes me the most beautiful stuff.

Carrie Harris said...

You know that we're all trying to make little stories out of these, right? And in mine, Einstein is riding that bicycle.

Alan W. Davidson said...

Aaron - The British folk would recognize that as a trifle (mmm, custard dessert)- see Cates' note.

Natalie - That's a mobile shrine to one of the Hindu deities.

Katey - Are they? I'll have to post the photos of my dad at our wedding...

Anton - "I like the little cart attached to the bicycle." You're probably thinking about the auto-rickshaw. This bike is a Hindu shrine.

"Has to be said that back in the old days Scottish prostitutes were a bit rough, weren't they?" That's no way to talk about my granny, Gully.

Cate - Spot on! Sounds like you're a trifle officianado (sp?) My mum makes it on special occasions. Christmas, of course, and on my birthday if I whine enough.

Rebecca - My mother does leaded glass work too (that is something from the internet, not one of hers).

Carrie - Sure, and the guy in the skirt sets aside his dessert and comes over to pray at the shring he's riding about on.

Alan W. Davidson said...

Crap...what I meant to say to Carrie was..."and comes over to pray at the shrine Einstein is riding about on."

Jarmara Falconer said...

I'm like the Einstein picture... A clever man always grabs my interest;-)