Month: April 2017

Canon Open Day

Went to the Canon Open Day in Ponsonby today with Mum.  Was great fun.  We took our own cameras, but didn’t end up using them.  They supplied cameras and lenses that were better than ours, so we took advantage of that. I loved using their macro lenses. I want one!! Pretty please, Steve, can I…

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Anonyme

I always stood in the background and watched. Resenting, admiring… Found a role, discarded, neglected – shrugged it on, felt safe. Comfortable. I followed the crowd, lagging behind, led to a digital era and discovered anonymity.

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Unicorns and metaphors

Fragile strands, ephemeral as candy floss, twine around my fingers in shades of raspberry and amaranth as I comb my fingers through her mane. Her coat, in champagne pink, reminds me of deep, expensive shag pile carpet, the kind you sink into, the kind that invites you to curl up and dream. The sturdy sensibility…

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First rule of fight club…

Hushed murmurs swirl among the dust to gather in discarded piles swept under the rug by Corrections staff. The stench of fear and resentment commingles with anticipation and the unmistakable odour of testosterone. Skill, emotion, those bulging muscles… Whatever. You’re wearing the wrong uniform, buddy.

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