Refreshing #photography

From Hugh’s Views & News

Hugh's Views & News

Living only a five-minute walk from the beach, you may be surprised to hear that water scares me. Despite all the lessons, I’ve never been able to swim. For some strange reason, I can not coordinate my arms and legs at the same time.

However, the beach has many other benefits for me; the main one being the refreshing sea breezes we get during long, hot, humid summer days. It may in the upper 90s and humid inland, but come down to the coast, and the temperature will be refreshing.

#photography #SundayStills #beach

The people in the above photo may be about to take a refreshing dip into the sea, but the refreshing sea breezes are what keep me going on long, hot, humid summer days and nights.

This is my entry for the brand new Sunday Stills Photography challenge, this week hosted by Terri at Second Wind Leisure Perspectives. Come and join in the…

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Jazz Age Wednesdays ― Hullaba Lulu 6

From Teagn’s Books

Teagan's Books

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Lulu looking tub bot Metropolis 9A bath on Valentino’s train, by Rob Goldstein

Hey, Sheiks and Shebas.  Welcome back to Jazz Age Wednesdays.  The weekly three things and images, from my “partner in crime” Rob Goldstein, spontaneously guide what I’m writing.  Last week he did an image of an Art Deco angel as part of my mystical diesel-punk train’s controls.  That caused me to see more of the train.  I can tell you, Valentino has one luxurious way to travel!

I guess this is a spoiler, but it has nothing to do with the plot…  I had already given the train a control room with mystical gizmos for navigation and communications, and then an automat.  Now I have deluxe sleeper cars — with attendants.  Between Rob and me, Lulu freaked out when she suddenly realized the bath had attendants… 

Lulu Towel run or dance botsMetropolis 5Lulu and the Sleeper Car Attendants, by Rob Goldstein

Rob did…

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Singin’ in the Bathtub

 

Illustraton staged in Virtual Reality to illustrate Hullab Lulu, image depictts and avatar in a bubble bath bathtub while a robot holds her towel
Singing through the soap suds

Yesterday was Jazz Wednesdays on Teagan’s Books.

Check out Hullaba Lulu and enjoy this short excerpt
from the 1929 danced song, ‘Singin’ in the Bathtub,
performed by Scrappy Landers, written by Michael H.
Cleary.

I’m still dealing with problems keeping me away from my blog.

To my amazing followers, please accept my apologies.

In the meantime:

Illustraton staged in Virtual Reality to illustrate Hullab Lulu, image depictts and avatar in a bathtub while a robot holds her towel
While Singing in the tub

I can yodel opera
Even while i scrub
Everybody’s happy
While singing in the tub

Graphics and Video by Rob Goldstein
Singin’ in the Bathtub
1929 by Michael H. Cleary