p s e u d o r e a l

Better Than Real Because It's Not.

Saturday November 24th 2012, 4:46 am
Filed under: General

(Nov 24) Coasting through November. The only event is my root canal covered here previously, has broken in half, within weeks of its three year anniversary.

romeo's hard life
Things have been slow here, from my perspective.

you are getting sleepy. sleeeeeepy.
Slow and sleepy

small butternut squash
The last harvest, other than peanuts

a prelude to soup

Friday August 24th 2012, 12:53 am
Filed under: General

(Jun 25) June ends with first harvest.

ladies and gentlemen...
Lisa presents

the squash
My first vegetable of the season

really really pours
“When it rains, it pours.”

Through the shielding from wind glass

one world trade center
My travels in NYC have become rather limited

Wednesday August 22nd 2012, 12:12 am
Filed under: General

(Jun 12) June looks a little repetitive.

Romeo has been spending time with me to escape being crated

like most dogs
He’s an expert at sleeping

The yellow squash are starting to grow

hot wheels track
Boys my age can spot these even in the dark

salute the autos
Car country

or likely being eaten
These birds apparently spend a few days on the ground before flying

Romeo and

and killing the bugs trying to kill them
squash. Repeat.

Monday August 20th 2012, 12:00 am
Filed under: General

(May 25) This puts pseudoreal within two and a half months of real time.

the image of whats not seen

Coming soon, yellow squash

Sunday August 02nd 2009, 1:56 am
Filed under: General

The blimp was out filming the golf tournament that was clogging my trains with obnoxious drunk fratboys and former fratboys.
(That spot annoys the shit out of me, yet I’m not going to fix it.)

trumpet vine
I grew up with these all around.

These were in a garden approaching Atlantic Ave. & Flatbush Ave. I had to look twice to believe what I was seeing.

hanging out
The gardens on Carroll St. in Carroll Gardens really do remind me of suburbia.

now playing.... church ave for a limited multi-year engagement
Typical of MTA construction, it’s going to take so long to complete, they changed all the permanent signage on the whole line.

peeling ceiling
This however, is not part of what they’re going to be fixing.