P1xels

The global salon for iphonic art and iPhone photography.

July 29, 2014
by Knox Bronson
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Clint Cline ~ Summer Dusk

Clint Cline ~ Summer Dusk
Clint Cline ~ Summer Dusk
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July 29, 2014
by Knox Bronson
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Clint Cline ~ Summer Day

Clint Cline ~ Summer Day
Clint Cline ~ Summer Day
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July 29, 2014
by Knox Bronson
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Clint Cline ~ Summertime Blue

Clint Cline ~ Summertime Blue
Clint Cline ~ Summertime Blue
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July 29, 2014
by Knox Bronson
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John Mallon ~ Beachy Keen

John Mallon ~ Beachy Keen
John Mallon ~ Beachy Keen
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July 29, 2014
by Knox Bronson
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Barbara duBois ~ Flower Power

Barbara duBois ~ Flower Power
Barbara duBois ~ Flower Power
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July 29, 2014
by Knox Bronson
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Meri Walker ~ No Exit

Meri Walker ~ No Exit
Meri Walker ~ No Exit
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July 28, 2014
by Knox Bronson
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{daily pic} James Clarke ~ Vanishing Point

James Clarke ~ Vanishing Point
James Clarke ~ Vanishing Point

For some reason, this picture put me in a bulbous frame of mind. And where there is Bulboscity … well …

STRAIGHT FACTS ABOUT FLAPPING

Someone you love is flapping this very moment!

Myth:    Flapping is a relatively new phenomenon.
Fact:    The fossil record indicates that people have been flapping since the advent of agriculture. Ancient texts abound with oblique references to flapping. However, it is only recently that people have begun flapping publicily and discussing it on the talk-show circuit.

Myth:    People who flap can stop flapping any time they want.
Fact:    Flappers regard flapping as a viable lifestyle, almost a religion in some cases. Having flapped once, people tend to flap their lives away.

Myth:    There is nothing you can do about flapping.
Fact:    Put tin foil around your windows and a pan of water under your bed. They will absorb ambient flap.

Myth:    Most people who flap tried flipping or flopping, or both, before they began flapping.
Fact:    Many do experiment with flipping, flopping, or even flip-flopping, before progressing to flapping, but there is no proven causal relationship between them. Some people are just born to flap.

Myth:    Flapping is endemic to humans.
Fact:    Not so, the experts say. Plants, trees, animals and bugs flap. Rocks flap. Oceans flap. Planets flap. Stars flap. The universe flaps.

From the novel, Flapping, prequel to Pimple On The Ass-End Of Tomorrow.


Bulbous and Flapping by Knox Bronson (with Bimbo’s Initiation)

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July 28, 2014
by Knox Bronson
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David Schuster ~ Black Crow 27

David Schuster ~ Black Crow 27
David Schuster ~ Black Crow 27
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July 28, 2014
by Knox Bronson
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John Mallon ~ Along The Fence Line

John Mallon ~ Along The Fence Line
John Mallon ~ Along The Fence Line
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July 28, 2014
by Knox Bronson
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{gallery} Igor Belan-Boban ~ End Of The Egg

End Of The Egg
End Of The Egg
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