Travel Theme Mountains

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Mount Garbage

Nature has for many thousands created mountains, gorgeous and fascinating mountains
this is done by using different construction methods, all extremely well thought
and it is a huge pleasure to see them either up close or from a distance.

Humans also builds mountains – faster than nature – colorful mountains of garbage
the more complicated and “up graded” social structure the more waste per individual.

It is becoming more and more common to burn a lot of the garbage in incinerators
with district heating connections to nearby urban areas
but less waste mountains aren’t the result – now some of them are ash mountains.

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With inspiration from Ailsa’s excellent blog
take a look the challenge here “Where’s my backpack
this’s my version of the theme “Mountains”.


My name is Noir, Le Drake Noir


Never thought of it before
the camera in the left hand
the right distance
right hand casually in my pocket
of course, wearing my tuxedo
so perhaps “Le Drake Noir” looks like Agent 007

but imagination is overtaken by reality

it’s not as easy as it looks
to almost get killed in the morning
to smash expensive cars for lunch
chasing evil crooks all afternoon
to juggle casino chips throughout the evening
to entertain beautiful women rest of the night
all together peppered with dry martini and Bollinger champagne

so it isn’t so dangerous to kill time on WordPress.


WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge (2012 – in pictures)


Shit, guess who had forgotten to remove the lens cap..!

Now the “WordPress Challenge Society” ask for some 2012-documentation.

Weekly Photo Challenge: My 2012 in Pictures

We did not need to save anything in Twenty-Twelve
all media, or almost all media, have cried loud in our ear buds all year
that the earth went by the 21th, this december here in 2012
so who cared about saving for future generations

– it certainly will not happen again in Twenty-Thirteen, we bet on it..?


Waste of time, a W-story

557 The tell a letter-story challenge by idea of the good “frizztext
now the time has come to the letter “W”.

We can create as magnificent an imagination as we like,
but unless we change our heart
it’s all a waste of time

Someone are so impatient, that they hate to wait.
much seems to be such a waste of time
the big question is if it’s the waste of time or the impatience
which is the biggest hurdle for using time reasonable.



 The image above, for some it signals a total waste of time
besides being dressed in something very funny clothes
so is the golf game known for taking a small white ball
strike it with a brought along golf club (these are available in several models)
so the golf ball disappear out of sight, far out of sight
so start the searching after the little white ball until it is found again
when it’s found – so it start all over again – and beat it away, far away.

Even without playing golf
I know it isn’t waste of time
it is good for one’s health.


Travel Theme Mystical

“The ‘brain empty’ cemetery”.

With inspiration from Ailsa’s excellent blog
take a look the challenge here “Where’s my backpack
my version of the theme “Mystical

Sometimes, reality is more weird and mystical than the imagination.

There is such a peaceful and quiet atmosphere under the tall beautiful beech trees
at the small forest graveyard down towards the fiord called “Isefjord”
– simple gray tombstone and small bush-like vegetation shows
that here are several hundred people buried
and a small white chapel with a bell tower looks like a mini castle in the countryside.

But the bright fairytale atmosphere covering a story so weird or mystical, like a fairy tale also can be – the chapel and forest cemetery was part of the former state hospital at Nykøbing up northwest Zealand (Sjælland) – when the institution was greatest,
there were up to 1,000 psychiatric patients and residents and 700 employees.

In danish called “Sikringsanstalten” (means ‘secury institutions’)

It was also the country’s largest psychiatric institution with many psychiatric persons sentenced to psychiatric forced stay an unlimited period instead of long prison stay.

When residents died, burial took place in the small chapel,
and was subsequently buried either outside at the graveyard
or in cemeteries at their relatives’ homecities.

But what family and relatives didn’t know was that the brain of the dead one had been removed for research – at the end of the chapel, a room with beautiful burgundy red walls and taupe ceiling, a double door leads into a room that resembles an operating room here, as in all psychiatric hospitals in the country, surgeons removed the deceased’s brain and filled the void out with newspaper before the coffin was carried into the chapel

and the funeral could begin.

Collection of brains of deceased mentally ill with forced hospitalizations
because of very terrible crimes stopped in the mid-1980s.

All the brains were collected at the great psychiatric hospital in Aarhus,
where there are still 10,000 brains left which they don’t know what to do with.

An interesting and good danish link “here