You early birds got the coffee, for it is neither bright nor early as I am writing this post.
But it is Monday.
A different perspective on the canoes that I put up for Close Shot Friday.
They make me think of a chorus line.
Sometime Friday during the first day of WANACon, the viral crud ran over me like a snowvalanche. It wasn’t pretty, and I suspect it had been incubating for a while. However, I worked right through that Friday and Saturday, because WANACon is a writer’s conference force of nature, and I did not want to miss it in real time . Come Sunday morning, I was doing nothing but the couch boogie, clicking through episode after episode of Friday Night Lights on Netflix.
Friday Night Lights is one of my favorite television dramas. It ranks right up there with Buffy the Vampire Slayer for great storytelling. If you’ve watched either one of these programs, you’ve got to have a favorite character. Shout it out in the comments section. In Buffy, for me it was Spike. Complex and dark.
Monday tumbles in along with the tumbling tumbleweeds.
6 thoughts on “Single Shot Monday: Chorus Line”
I hope you’re feeling better! I “saw” you in a few of the WANACon sessions. 🙂 It was a great conference!
Would you believe I have never watched Friday Night Lights? Maybe one of these days.
I’m not sure how I could pick a favorite Buffy character. Everyone of them gave me reasons to love them AND hate them in one episode or another–the genius of Joss Whedon’s storytelling, I suppose.
I “saw” you, too. It WAS a great conference, and I’m looking forward to listening to the sessions I wasn’t in. Thank you, I’m upright today. Progress. “…gave me reasons to love them AND hate them…” That’s part of what made them great characters, don’t you think?
Well, you must watch Friday Night Lights!
I love this picture. It almost looks surreal – before you see that the structures are canoes. Very nice.
Thank you, Otto! Means a lot coming from you.
Great photo. I really like the canoes in black-and-white.
I used to watch “Buffy” with my older daughter. But I had seen the original movie version, and I never quite warmed up to the television version. It didn’t have the high-camp feeling of the film.
Thank you! Yes, I liked the way they turned out, too. As for Buffy, I never saw the movie. 😀 I did a marathon of the TV series with my daughter one summer. I might’ve grown a fang.
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