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have a wonderful Sunday!

The Starflyer ride on London Southbank by Waterloo Bridge 00000032a

Another one from a trip me and news took up to Birmingham on the weekend,big up vomit!!! Top lad . Shouts to onenil diva and ziner

I love tihs place...


After throwing up in the bed of Welch's truck, I snapped a couple frames of the Vomit Bonnet pulling out of the Wing River Sag.


With the temperature around -9F and a stiff wind out of the north... it almost hurt taking shots today.

photoshop vomited. basically a flower photo, a face photo, and a fabric photo as a layer.


it's a diptych!

A bit of fun with food colouring, vinegar, baking soda and washing up liquid :)

While sea cliff climbing on the Moray Coast, Lego Dan is suddenly forced to face his ultimate fear. Not falling, not being swept away by an angry sea - but the wrath of an enraged fulmar.


Nesting on the cliffs, fulmar have a special means of repelling unwanted visitors - they projectile vomit the entire contents of their stomach over them. The vomit is quite probably their most foul smelling substance known to man and is almost impossible to get rid of.


Looks like Lego Dan won't be allowed back in the house tonight.

scrap vomit - finished!


Tutorial on my blog -

another day, another particle/wave/field/energy/thing.

But I have felt them all in my heart, all along...

A great day to be a photographer.

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Chomba! Pepita! This is a little drawing for Chombalita from Mexico. Rainbow vomiting Chombunnies meet over excited trippy Hongos and stars watching the scenery. Welcome to Chombalandia.


Rate on Mojizu!


The Kamikaze

Low end vomit machine !

One of the rides offered by Amusements Spectaculaires.

Pincourt Québec


Nikon D700 Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8

Lightroom 3.2


Cheap trills part 2

Low end vomit machines in action !


Nikon D700

Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8


Lightroom 3.2

Nik software Viveza2

February 2010


This was my first HDR that I did back in February 2010. I reworked it a bit to take away from the abomination that it was when I first started doing HDRs. Many would say that they still are "clown vomit" ugly HDRs that on occasion have caused blindness, but I digress ;) Everyone is entitled to their wrong opinion from time to time (including myself), LOL!


Today I would have done this differently. My fisheye causes a TON of CA, fringing, etc. that I removed (most of it anyway) in this version of the image. Believe it or not, I dialed the saturation way back in this version as well. I also realize that there is A LOT going on in this image. Too lazy to refine it any further...maybe I'll have a better version of this come the spring time ;)


Here is the T028 Trojan Trainer place at the Battleship Cove in Fall River, MA.


Some history from the museum's website:


"In the late 1940s, the North American Company designed and built the T-28 Trojan in response to the United States Air Force's need for a new training plane.


The T-28 was a replacement for the T-6/SNJ which had served the Air Force and Navy since the mid 1930s. Several versions of the T-28 were produced, but the early version was powered by an 800 horsepower Wright R-1300 engine, reached a top speed of 285 mph, and could climb to 29,000 feet. Later versions included performance and other modifications that made the T-28 suitable for combat operations. These "combat" models served in several foreign countries and were used by the USAF in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War.


The T-28 on display at Battleship Cove was used as a carrier landing qualification craft at Pensacola (FL) for many years. In 1975, the plane sustained a crack in its main wing spar after a "hard" landing on the carrier Lexington and was judged no longer fit for carrier landings. The plane was eventually declared excess and place on permanent display outside Newberry Hall."

Explore Nov 12, 2011 #200


When I'm visiting Fairchild Gardens, I always stop to enjoy a pineapple-mango smoothie made from their delicious organic fruit. As I was waiting, I spied this strange fruit behind the smoothie stand and had no idea what it was until Santos, my smoothie man, and I knelt down and found the ID sign at the base of the tree. Noni fruit, amazing!


Morinda citrifolia, commonly known as great morinda, Indian mulberry, nunaakai (Tamil Nadu, India) , dog dumpling (Barbados), mengkudu (Indonesia and Malaysia), Kumudu (Balinese), pace (Javanese), beach mulberry, cheese fruit or noni (from Hawaiian) is a tree in the coffee family, Rubiaceae. Morinda citrifolia's native range extends through Southeast Asia and Australasia, and the species is now cultivated throughout the tropics and widely naturalized.


Noni grows in shady forests as well as on open rocky or sandy shores. It reaches maturity in about 18 months and then yields between 9–18 lb of fruit every month throughout the year. It is tolerant of saline soils, drought conditions, and secondary soils. It is therefore found in a wide variety of habitats: volcanic terrains, lava-strewn coasts and clearings, or limestone outcrops. It can grow up to 30 ft tall and has large, simple, dark green, shiny and deeply veined leaves.


The plant bears flowers and fruits all year round. The fruit is a multiple fruit that has a pungent odor when ripening, and is hence also known as cheese fruit or even vomit fruit. It is oval in shape and reaches 1 1/2 –3 in size. At first green, the fruit turns yellow then almost white as it ripens. It contains many seeds. It is sometimes called starvation fruit. Despite its strong smell and bitter taste, the fruit is nevertheless eaten as a famine food and, in some Pacific islands, even a staple food, either raw or cooked. Southeast Asians and Australian Aborigines consume the fruit raw with salt or cook it with curry. The seeds are edible when roasted.


Noni fruit has gained popularity in today's herbal market. Either dried and crushed, juiced and bottled, or freeze-dried, Noni fruit is being touted as a veritable cure-all, useful in mitigating diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer, headaches, arthritis and a host of degenerative diseases.


Noni, Morinda citrifolia, Rubiaceae

Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, Miami, FL

Look, if you had one shot, or one opportunity


To seize everything you ever wanted-One moment

Would you capture it or just let it slip?

His palms are sweaty, knees weak, arms are heavy

There's vomit on his sweater already, mom's spaghetti

He's nervous, but on the surface he looks calm and ready

To drop bombs, but he keeps on forgettin

What he wrote down, the whole crowd goes so loud

He opens his mouth, but the words won't come out

He's choking, how everybody's joking now

The clock's run out, time's up over, bloah!

Snap back to reality, Oh there goes gravity

Oh, there goes Rabbit, he choked

He's so mad, but he won't give up that

Easy, no

He won't have it , he knows his whole back's to these ropes

It don't matter, he's dope

He knows that, but he's broke

He's so stagnant that he knows

When he goes back to his mobile home, that's when it's

Back to the lab again yo

This this whole rhapsody

He better go capture this moment and hope it don't pass him

You better lose yourself in the music, the moment

You own it, you better never let it go

You only get one shot, do not miss your chance to blow

This opportunity comes once in a lifetime yo

The soul's escaping, through this hole that it's gaping

This world is mine for the taking

Make me king, as we move toward a, new world order

A normal life is boring, but superstardom's close to post mortem

It only grows harder, only grows hotter

He blows us all over these hoes is all on him

Coast to coast shows, he's know as the globetrotter

Lonely roads, God only knows

He's grown farther from home, he's no father

He goes home and barely knows his own daughter

But hold your nose cause here goes the cold water

His hoes don't want him no mo, he's cold product

They moved on to the next schmoe who flows

He nose dove and sold nada

So the soap opera is told and unfolds

I suppose it's old partner', but the beat goes on

Da da dum da dum da da

No more games, I'ma change what you call rage

Tear this motherfucking roof off like 2 dogs caged

I was playing in the beginning, the mood all changed

I been chewed up and spit out and booed off stage

But I kept rhyming and stepwritin the next cypher

Best believe somebody's paying the pied piper

All the pain inside amplified by the fact

That I can't get by with my 9 to 5

And I can't provide the right type of life for my family

Cause man, these goddam food stamps don't buy diapers

And it's no movie, there's no Mekhi Phifer, this is my life

And these times are so hard and it's getting even harder

Trying to feed and water my seed, plus

Teeter totter caught up between being a father and a prima donna

Baby mama drama's screaming on and

Too much for me to wanna

Stay in one spot, another day of monotony

Has gotten me to the point, I'm like a snail

I've got to formulate a plot fore I end up in jail or shot

Success is my only motherfucking option, failure's not

Mom, I love you, but this trailer's got to go

I cannot grow old in Salem's lot

So here I go is my shot.

Feet fail me not cause maybe the only opportunity that I got

You can do anything you set your mind to, man

From the July 2008 PDX Flickr Meetup.

Sethi feels much better, he eats normally again and the vomiting has stopped too. He hasn't been a very cooperative patient and everybody was relieved when we could stop giving him his medicine.


Update on Luan: after he had seemed to make some progress Luan suddenly started to develop a new serious episode of his pancreatitis. I spent a lot of time at the vet with him yesterday and now we are back on pain killers and infusions. It is likely that the persisting pancreatitis is one of the reasons why the insulin injections don't work as they should and the blood sugar level is still so high.

I'm very much behind with commenting again as the last two days were quite hectic. Hopefully I will catch up with all of you today.


Who uses their Mac "photo booth" and then edits it in Microsoft Word on this prestigious photography website?

Yeah, I do.

Today. Today I missed many a people, but I had a great day at work with a nice boy from Uruguay as my co-worker. I am starting to really like working at Marshalls.

My camera battery died and I don't even know where to begin looking for the small plug-in battery charger that is the color of everything.

WHELP, Gotta go check on some defrosting "meat chunks"...can I trade mark that phrase? Or possibly name my first born that. He would be so popular.

Cursive: The Recluse

Ios island, Greece, famous for partying in night clubs, and then of course there's the charming hilltop island capital village, I avoided stopping at this island in the past, this time a ferry strike caused a last minute change in my itinerary (damn the fuckers, but Greece wouldn't be Greece without strikes) , but it worked out fine in the end, the island is just as pretty as the others, and much better value than Mykonos or Santorini. Night view coming tomorrow, no photos of drunk young backpackers vomiting in the streets, I promise.

It used to be easy, to divine the will of the pandas. A little sunset, some kittens playing, perhaps an intense close-up of a water droplet on a flower, and the pandas would be pleased. But after a time, the desires of the pandas turned random, eclectic.


For those who tormented over the pandas' whims, there was little choice but to turn to the Panda Shaman. Shrouded in mystery, the Panda Shaman, if the legends are to be believed, could pierce the mists of confusion and algorithmic randomization, to once again divine that which catches the fancy of the pandas. Smelling of sweat and rainbows, the Panda Shaman are rare, and difficult to find.


But for those who must know if today is the day to post that photo of the rusted truck in HDR, or the 365 teen girl sitting in a window, or simply a photo of their breakfast, the Panda Shaman is their only hope.


*no rainbow vomiting pandas were harmed in the making of this artwork.


large size here.

My half of a joiner with Kem. Purple and green... very groundbreaking.


some progress shots:

A well-known scientist once gave a public lecture on astronomy. He described how the earth orbits around the sun and how the sun, in turn, is but one in a vast collection of other stars and galaxies. At the end of the lecture, a little old lady at the back of the room got up and said: "What you have told us is untrue. The world is really a flat plate resting on the tummy of a giant panda that vomits rainbows." The scientist, unable to repress a chuckle, replied, "If that is true, then what is holding up the.. rainbow vomiting panda?"


"You're an arrogant young man, and very clever," said the old lady, holding up a small flash drive affixed to a locket. "But it's pandas all the way down! And I have proof!”


Several men in smart black suits abruptly appeared and quickly whisked the woman away, snapping the flash drive from her neck as they went.


Hours later, the scientist sat in the dark at the edge of the stage, staring at the empty seat where the old woman sat. He thought about those men, and that flash drive. He thought about arrogance. And wondered if he would ever look at a rainbow the same way again.

I went to do another photo for the ghost of a portrait series...didn't quite work. Thus I give you color vomit.


junk photo of 06.22.12

PS vomit. Doesn't it bug you that its blurry?? gah! Twas quite intentional.

& I'm trying soo hard to come back to flickr but I'm so inspirationless *sigh*

As we were perusing Black Thunder's staged trains, I happened to notice something strange behind some hoppers, and then I realized what it was. This was a scheme developed by employees shortly after the BN-ATSF merger and incorporated themes from both roads.

by Gomer....cant find the Slerm next to this.

if i could just vomit all my feelings into a picture, i'm sure it would look something like this. (sorry for the nasty image that just popped into your mind) it wouldn't make sense. i didn't expect this picture to turn out anything like this.


everyone hang in there! summer is almost here. i am anticipating the day :)


She has been vomiting a lot the last month and her jaws were inflamed (gingivitis). The vet isnot sure what causes this. But after several weeks of antibiotics and a medicin to stop the vomiting it is going alright. Maybe some of the molars which are bad must be drawn out.

The Common Crow Butterfly has a strong scent that may allow predators to identify it as inedible. It also produces toxins so strong that eating just one butterfly may induce a bird to vomit. However, not all birds are sensitive to the toxins, predators and parasites such as spiders, dragonflies, flies and wasps suffer no ill effects from eating these butterflies.




In the center is Castelmola (530 m above sea level), on the right Taormina (250 m above sea level). In the corners, you will vomit.


Zantedeschia, usually erroneously called Calla or Arum lilies (only when big and white), they are not a true lily.

PLEASE, View On Black

It is named after Italian botanist Francesco Zantedeschi.

The Zantedeschia species are very poisonous, capable of killing livestock and children.

All parts of the plant are toxic, and produce irritation and swelling of the mouth and throat, acute vomiting and diarrhea.

All species are endemic to southern Africa.

About my flower-photography...


Thanx you very much for your time, visit, comments and awards..., M, (*_*)


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Why not view the set as a slide-show?

Also I often upload more than one image at the same time, I see a tendency to only view the last uploaded...

Yes I was on leave on Friday taking care of my son who's having diarrhea and vomiting in the past few days. I'm surprised I was only able to steal about 10 minutes to do my own stuffs, while he enjoyed my full attention the rest of the day. What did I do in those 10 minutes? What's better than taking a picture of my cup of coffee under evening sunlight and play with bokeh effects. I was going to name the picture "another pathetic bokeh photo" :)


More on Scription blog:

Isn't nature neat?! You couldn't make this stuff up, as the saying goes. Also known as the scrambled egg slime mold, this strange fungus spreads itself out like an amoeba as it searches for nutrients to salvage from grass leaves or detritus on the ground.

some polaroids.


i made the dress, and cage skirt.


wouldn't it be nice if real vomit were this pretty?

big thx 2 bert n vomit,,,,,


All Rights Reserved MPNavest 2012 Slimemould buffet, Slaters feeding on dog vomit slimemould Fuligo septica

yup, this is Calliphora vomitoria - a grand bluebottle indeed. There's another, more common and very similar species, Calliphora vicina. And the differences - vomitoria has a red 'beard' and black face (i know, just use your imagination)


a field stack of 69 shots in natural light

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