That pink is scary. The flavor is supposed to be secret and guessed. Some guess cherry or strawberry candy, but I think it’s more like raspberry and bubble gum. Not even cola.
I didn’t edit the photo even though the lighting was dark because the colors and contrasts came out more spooky as is.
Purchased from napaJapan.com.
Posted in Drinks, Food, Japanese, Photography |
Tagged bottle, brand, carbonated, cola, colors, drink, food, Halloween, holiday, Japanese, Pepsi, photography, pop, soda |
This yet-undiscovered breeding center is likely one of the first instances of exotic animal husbandry in the region
A Macaw Breeding Center Supplied Prehistoric Americans With Prized Plumage | Science | Smithsonian
Posted in America, Animals, Birds, Business, Colors, History, Nature |
Tagged Americas, animal, breeding, business, colors, feathers, husbandry, Indians, macaw, mesoamerica, nature, New Mexico, parrot, plumage, trade |
I found Tip in the kitchen behind the refrigerator. I don’t know how he got there and I don’t remember having him before then. He’s the handle of a vintage bottle opener. He’ll open bottles that aren’t vintage, too. He appears to be holding a beer mug and growler for Oktoberfest. I think he’s had too many bottles. He looks tipsy.
Posted in Art, Colors, Humor, Photography |
Tagged antique, bokeh, bottle opener, colors, figure, found, green, humor, macro, Oktoberfest, photography, Tip the Waiter, vintage, waiter |
Exotic domestic chicken (
Gallus gallus domesticus) at the Wickham Park Aviary in Manchester, CT. I’m not sure what the breed is.
Posted in Animals, Biology, Birds, Colors, Connecticut, New England, Photography, Zoos |
Tagged animal, avian, aviary, bird, chicken, colors, Connecticut, fauna, golden, Manchester, nature, New England, park, photography, rooster, Wickham Park, zoo |
Posted in Buildings and Architecture, Colors, Entertainment, Odd, Pittsburgh |
Tagged bar, church, colors, concert hall, concerts, lighting, music, night life, Pennsylvania, photography, Pittsburgh, The Altar Bar |
A ghostly Wildwolf haunts Johnson’s Duckpin Lanes in Hamden, CT in a spirited one-piece werewolf ensemble.
Wildwolf shows that if you’re going to be an apparition, you can do better than manifesting in a plain sheet. Unless you’re Mr. Boo. He can look good in any linen.
Posted in Connecticut, Furry, Odd, People, Photography |
Tagged anthropomorphics, blacklight, bowling, bowling alley, colors, Connecticut, costume, duckpin, furry, ghost, Hamden, Johnson's Duckpin Lanes, phantom, photography, Wildwolf, wolf |