12.23.2013

This is an image of a roasted chicken.

 God save us from those people who need to read, hear and do everything by the numbers. They have no idea about art. They are giant sponges sucking the spilled fun off the linoleum floor of life...

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

No leftovers??? Must have been a darn good roasted chicken.

Michael R

Greg Crombie said...

Very zen.

Chaz L said...

WTF?????

I'm afraid I just don't understand... .

Anonymous said...

Heh, merry Christmas Kirk. Thanks for another great year of blogging, keep up the good work!

Sigfrid Lundberg said...

Like

Sigfrid Lundberg said...

Like

Sigfrid Lundberg said...

+1

Bill Beebe said...

I take it the roasted chicken was so good that that's why it's missing in the photo. Great use of negative space, by the way.

Frank Grygier said...

A beautiful chicken indeed!

john crowley said...

Thanks Kirk for all the posts during the year, they are appreciated. Enjoy the holidays.

howard said...

Cranky today...??

Michael Matthews said...

I have seen the roast chicken. And I believe.

Dave said...

Art!!

Racecar said...

LoL! I'm going to quote that last line.

Alan Kett said...

Kirk:

God save us from literalists on the web!

Save the turkeys for tomorrow and eat them!

I understand what you're saying and keep coming back to your blog to enjoy the great images and your spin on life.

Holiday cheers to you and yours,
Alan

Frank said...

Breath. And thanks for your blog this year. Have a happy new year.

John Krumm said...

Eolake Stobblehouse posted a related video on his blog that is pretty darn funny...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNzFbzj4EfQ&list=UUKlkBs9bYY2ZVfY2riTVcbw

Mark Davidson said...

C'est ne pas un pipe.

thequietphotographer said...

nice :-) Buon Natale!
rob

Jerry said...

This text is a Jimi Hendrix undiscovered 3 minute solo. Rock on!

Dave said...

Give'm hell Kirk! Darned 21st Century photographic pharisees.

arg said...

People who do everything by the numbers would never suck anything off a linoleum floor. That is something only artists would normally do, or more precisely, expect their common patrons to do. Unless there is money to made by so doing, in which case artists would disdain the activity, and people who do everything by the numbers would shove them out of the way to get their tongues down and dirty first.

Stan Yoshinobu said...

DPR's M43 forum has become quite a troll fest. It's not so much about numbers people or gear heads versus artists really. There are people there trolling for the sake of trolling. Too bad, because some of the discussions on there were so good.