Still playing around with refraction photography and the crystal ball until I can get this thing outside. My skully friend Yorrick told me he wanted to get involved with my photo shoots again. He's so egotistical! (Yeah, the title is from Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice, if I can remember accurately back to grade 9 English class.)
I think you means "glistens" not Glisters. those typos . . .I do it all the time. At least someone is paying attention, right? Cool shot by the way. Poor Yorrick, I never knew him well . ..fortunately if this shot is anything to go by.
Actually, I just checked: the word is indeed glisters. It's from Act II, scene vii, line 65 (in my Signet edition). One should never attempt to correct an English professor. (hee hee--actually, I make mistakes all the time).
I stand corrected and eat humble pie. It is indeed glisters, I even have it underlined as it is part of the theme of the obsession with gold and money which is being highlighted here. I would have thought that the odd word would have stuck in my mind more than the more common one, but after all these years--ahem--I confess it was a few of them ago since I looked over "Merchant", my brain has obviously addled. No excuse, I should have checked first. My Pelican edition confirms your Signet. I humbly bow down to your superior knowledge.
You've been having fun this ball haven't you
Yup! (lol) But I'm getting bored with it now and need to take it outside--once the weather warms up!
oh I so love this one!!!!
OMG this is so beautiful