the waiting is the hardest part

Day one, Res 2016

Speed Bump by Dave Coverly

Speed Bump by Dave Coverly

Sweltering heat in the dye studio, none of the windows are openable. (WHO designed the gawddamned place anyways??????????? NONE) I managed three hours in there and melting, decide to come home. Day one is always a waiting game anyways as natural processes do what they will.

I brought one thing home with me to speed up the experiment, and all i will say about that is NEVER lick the end of a metal thread when trying to load the needle. I’m not so hip as to want a pierced tongue.

And i have to pass by the cowboy’s ass again everyday……………………

Ha, made ya look.



3 responses to “the waiting is the hardest part

  1. I wonder what was in the mind of the ass (yes, I mean ass and not arse although he/she might be that as well) of a photographer. I’m curious. Male? Female? Is it about the objectification and sexualisation of women or just a titillating image? Is it technically good? I’d like to question the photographer and whoever curates the images for display. It’s not as if they’ve done something as brilliant as Egon Schiele . . . it’s a bit trite, not too trite to annoy though. Oh I think too much. Is that possible? I’ll have to consider that.

    Sorry you don’t have any cool air flow . . .


    • It’s not that it offends, it’s just that the eye is automatically drawn there šŸ˜‰ And it *is* an Art College after all, with young students who think they are changing the world. Because it’s a male subject, someone probably thought they were doing something revolutionary, but alas, male or female, ass is ass.


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