Thursday, February 16, 2017

entropy and the nature of my tiny universe...

How does this keep happening?  57,65,34,0,B

18 comments:

Margery Bills said...

Well, that is just someone on the go. Not to sweat the small stuff. Life is too short.

Joel White said...

"Stuff" expands to meet the amount of space available.......

M. Silvius said...

Nature abhors a vacuum.

Rita B. said...

(handwaving in the air) I know, I know....call on me!!!! the answer is: By not putting things back in their place

James Davis said...

Maybe its time to move into one of the shipping containers or at least make you a separate office. But then if you are like me, then you would just have two areas to wonder how they got into disarray and wonder where that thing you just had your hands on and laid down how it magically grew legs and hid.

remmij said...

… it looks like a moviemakers pad… groovy - like "Close Encounters" coming thru the windows…
a little movie-ness
Kuleshov effect
Hitchcock's effect/dolly zoom
fancier video

Sam Keith said...

Manifestation of natural man, when left to his own devices.

mike said...

Sam said it right lol

Jon P said...

I can relate... Anytime I need anything out of a cabinet or my garage I risk an avalanche that I might not be able to crawl out from.

Ronald Mahan said...

Just clean up the mess the day it appears - and the accumulations will not have an opportunity to grow to massive proportions shown in the photographs. ----------- John has photographed this issue several times - but beats me why? Maybe this occurs because he has too many kitchen & dining things - to get dirty?

Ronald Mahan said...

Just clean up the mess the day it appears - and the accumulations will not have an opportunity to grow to massive proportions shown in the photographs. ----------- John has photographed this issue several times - but beats me why? Maybe this occurs because he has too many kitchen & dining things - to get dirty?

Ronald Mahan said...

I apologize for posting two identical posts. My new Apple computer is very powerful - and I do not have it fully broken in - but am working on correcting this issue.

Caddie said...

Workable Headquarters, John. Looks fine, Wish I could do better, all a clutter.

Dale said...

Apathy, procrastination, a lack of indoor plumbing and no mother to browbeat you out of the first two.

remmij said...

looks like a 'thumbs up' from a fellow cameraman… he even sports similar glasses…
think he said his name was Oscar something…
tfl, the movie

Jay B said...

When you figure it out, let me know. Question: do I really need all that stuff? Yep. Now if I can only find my mouse...

Janet said...

Just looks like a typical man cave to me. You are not alone John.

remmij said...

a tool…
Pixar/Khan Academy
Pixar in a Box
first lesson