© Field – Mashed

I was followed yesterday

Not scared I turned to investigate

I found a nice blog with some great shots



Glowing Field caught my eye and I delved in only to find I had entered into Natali’s own space:

‘As time went on, the glowing field became my “Happy” place.
My daydream.
My escape from reality.
My last thought before falling asleep.
The first thought in the morning.
My obsession.’

The whole page was amazing except for one little thing…

the yellow © NATALI S. BRAVO on each picture…it spoiled the overall effect of the post and for me, even detracted from the art as a whole.


I suppose photo theft really is a problem online nowadays, I know I am a grabber but I hope and try always to give credit to the creator.

It has yet to happen that someone has objected to my mashing…



Dog Gone It! Or Tie Nog God!



Good Dog
God Dog
Dog God

HA HA laughed the reader!
Great stuff said the red ear!
Oh shut up Re: dear…ah! ah!

Look what you have done to me…
not kool.
loo k ton
Lo… OK! Ton
Not KO Ol!

Stop it now
won tip ots…
Won’t I pots


Palindrome inspired play all the fault of a Sherlock Holmes story that turned into a Dr. Who story that…well lets find out…


Ed O sip E 7 (guilty of starting this nonsense!)

Never Odd Or Even

Ever Odd and quite unevenly brilliant

T nail lir by L neve nue tiuq dna ddo reve


Horses For Courses: A Chiasmus?

Course its a horse

Stole one of my Niece’s photos of a horse…messed with it in ‘PAINT’


In rhetoric, a verbal pattern (a type of antithesis) in which the second half of an expression is balanced against the first with the parts reversed. Essentially the same as antimetabole.

Note that a chiasmus includes anadiplosis, but not every anadiplosis reverses itself in the manner of a chiasmus.

“Fair is foul, and foul is fair.”
(William Shakespeare, Macbeth I.i)

“We do not get good laws to restrain bad people. We get good people to restrain bad laws”
Guess who?