The Armoury Show
This is summer – some are watching
Understanding the promises
That drift away – they drift away
Nothing to share in low water
Over above an avalanche she falls away
This summer – some are August
Crying far air not to be had
Is this the way is this the way
More than enough move to the side
Watch him pass he passes by he gets away
If I could lose myself and dream away
Day upon day upon day upon day
In an avalanche she drifts away
Over its over its over its over
I wish we could be together
I wish we could be together again
Like a play on words
This is the successfully finished three-color challenge that I did for Gravity Kills.
Blue, green, grey (it’s a really DARK grey, har har)
A visual interpretation of the song “Guilty”.
Guilty by M.K. Hajdin
Update: Gravity Kills just tweeted me and said, I quote, “That is fucking awesome.” I’m totally putting that on my CV.
Here’s the song, in case you weren’t alive in the 90s. 😉
I was talking with Daniel Swensen, who is the funniest guy in the world and who also has a fantasy novel coming out called Orison. We are both mystified by the workings of Klout. Our search for the truth about social media led us into a dark, ominous, disturbingly amusing carnival of the damned.
This song has always felt like me.
You figure out what that means.
I can’t think straight. I can’t get anything done. THIS SONG IS DRIVING ME CRAZY. I can’t get it out of my head.
Oh sure, the song’s hilarious, but this has gone on for two days now. I can’t post anything worth reading until it goes away.
Don’t click “Continue Reading” unless you’re immune to earworms.
After taking the train from Krakow to Przemysl, which took all day, and then a bus from Przemysl to L’viv which took three hours on top of that, it was dark by the time I got to L’viv. I couldn’t find the address of the person I was to stay with, so I ended up walking around L’viv all night long in the rain. It was green, leafy and beautiful, but the sidewalks were so broken in places that they looked like pieces of a puzzle. It wouldn’t have been so bad had I not been dragging my heavy luggage with me all the way. Finally I found a hostel that would let me in at 4 am and I crashed there. It was a very rough introduction to L’viv.
Lviv train station in the rain
L’viv is actually a very pretty, pleasant city. Unique among Ukranian cities because of its baroque architecture that rivals that of Krakow.
Streets of Lviv
Here is a cute young street musician singing a song about capitalism. I gave him a few Ukrainian gryivnas. He smiled shyly at me when he realized I was filming him.
I found the prices here about 30% lower than in Kiev. Food, hostel, everything was cheaper and less crowded. You could get a tasty, filling meal of Ukranian food plus a tall glass of excellent Ukranian beer for $6-$7 total.
Delicious Ukranian food at Puzata Khata
I’ll be back. And not just because I forgot my slippers at the hostel.