Fidgety

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  1. A daisy having a dizzy fit would smell as sweet – something like that.

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    • A twitterpated daisy with her head swirling fidgets frequently. Something like that.

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  2. A doddering old fool’s attempt to take a photo of a lone daisy by the windowless, pale aqua-colored, stucco side of a brasserie in gale-force winds….something like that.

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    • A cranberry smitten, tenderhearted but deeply cynical fool takes to the camera like a shark takes to the chaparral. Or something of that nature.

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      • From one cranberry smitten, tenderhearted cynical fool to another, Happy Thanksgiving, Prospero!

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      • Naturally I reciprocate by wishing you a cranberry-filled holiday, but must add that no such holiday exists on the Isle of Devils calendar. I’ll be making representations to parliament later this month to rectify this glaring injustice.

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  3. Oh Prospero, this is gorgeous!
    I am a master ‘fidgeter’ myself. Fortunately not resulting in bloody noses. does the bloody nose account for the red flower?

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    • Karen, I’ll have to consult Jung’s Mysterium Coniunctionis about the relevance of the color red. Probably just a random choice though–random in the way snapping a photograph is always
      largely random–even though we like to think we are impeccable planners.

      This is why I say photography is about selection.

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      • I agree, photography is all about selection.
        As for the flower, I was just thinking; if one happened to sniff it after being punched in the nose….

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      • Ah, Karen, not only are you a photographer extraordinaire, you think like a writer of fiction. Dangerous crossroads. So excellent!

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      • Ah, nature photography: always honing your ‘flowers of observation’!

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  4. this must be the most beautiful photograph i have seen in the last (many) months…

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    • this must have fallen out of Murasaki’s empyrean bouquet of autumnal truths, for your pleasure…

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