Wednesday, June 07, 2006

IS THIS YOU?


Open on the night sky, whirling overhead. Clouds, planets, everything in rapid transition. Birds chirp at normal speed. The sun comes up fast. The day continues in this manner.

17 Comments:

Blogger Pocheco said...

during this time, something rare occurs: tarantulas, worldwide, molt simultaneously

9:53 AM  
Anonymous Dan said...

"Whatever happened to Jim?" I said. So I asked Google. It led me here. You're still somewhere working the surface, staining your fingers black and for that I'm grateful...

10:28 AM  
Anonymous Diogenes Laertius said...

They say that Euripides gave Socrates a copy of Heraclitus' book and asked him what he thought of it. He replied: "What I understand is splendid; and I think what I don't understand is so too - but it would take a Delian diver to get to the bottom of it.

That is how I feel about this page.

10:44 PM  
Blogger  said...

Jim, you are a wonderful creation. thanks for turning me on to moleskines...fucking aces, i say!

gotta ask though...do you approve of hallucinogenics? i'm not talking about for artistic purposes (although sometimes you must open your third eye to get a different perspective) but just in general?

i'm on my way through art school and i've got a blogger/mac account telling my tales. I'm going into digital film, but if you have some spare time in your assumedly busy schedule to check it out, i'd love to hear from you! Thanks Jim!

- Steve

11:02 PM  
Blogger count said...

here, here

12:47 AM  
Blogger deepsat said...

look no further for thou art looking where you are supposed to !!!!!!!!

2:40 AM  
Blogger scone said...

Mr Woodring i think that you have genius. It's empowering for me to think that there are places that some of us have been to, yet you appear to hold a light that makes it possible to record and capture what most of us aren't equipt to recall.

A great admirer of your work,
john

8:09 AM  
Blogger one ben bir sey said...

nice blog:)

12:14 AM  
Blogger Jane Lake said...

Except for the beard and gender, it may be me!

7:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

more please.

1:40 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hidin' out in the shadows and smilin' is not good, unless that was me.

10:35 AM  
Blogger Virtual Nobody said...

nope. not me.

10:09 PM  
Blogger Vhessa said...

How did you got hold of my picture? (before my surgery...)

1:03 AM  
Blogger John said...

Alas! It is not me...I have not such knowledge. It looks to me like an image of the Paramahamsa of Dakshineshwar, exiting from his room at the end of the Kali temple, but God knows best. Thank you again, Master JW, for your continuing presence as a trace of the primordial in our kaliyuga arts. And, if there is any more to the 'is this you?' question, a man might be interested to see, in the spirit of devotion.

4:16 PM  
Blogger John said...

Alas! It is not me...I have not such knowledge. It looks to me like an image of the Paramahamsa of Dakshineshwar, exiting from his room at the end of the Kali temple, but God knows best. Thank you again, Master JW, for your continuing presence as a trace of the primordial in our kaliyuga arts. And, if there is any more to the 'is this you?' question, a man might be interested to see, in the spirit of devotion.

4:16 PM  
Blogger John said...

Alas! It is not me...I have not such knowledge. It looks to me like an image of the Paramahamsa of Dakshineshwar, exiting from his room at the end of the Kali temple, but God knows best. Thank you again, Master JW, for your continuing presence as a trace of the primordial in our kaliyuga arts. And, if there is any more to the 'is this you?' question, a man might be interested to see, in the spirit of devotion.

4:16 PM  
Anonymous Five Point Capitol said...

I asked Google. It led me here. You're still somewhere working the surface, staining your fingers black and for that I'm grateful...

3:16 AM  

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