Well, I've been busy this month. I worked on my trilogy, I drew up the internal organs of a square crab, I read several books, I cleaned off my desk, I felt inspired to make a couple new posts on my politics blog, I wrote about grammar Nazis, and I wrote a poem, but mostly I've been working on LocalTampaBay.com. I've been exploring the area and writing about places. I also discovered some old photographs from last year I forgot to post before, so here they are:
My lousy phone camera has no zoom function, so it doesn't show up well, but above is a picture of an alligator in a pond near my house. Below is a picture of a moth on the ceiling of the laundromat. It was six inches across!
I saw several of these worms outside church. They have no visible segmentation and do not move like earthworms, millipedes, snakes, or roundworms. They made strange ripples run down their bodies. This makes me think they are flatworms. I looked up "thin black shiny worms Florida" on Google, but nobody seems to have heard of them. There are ground flatworms in Florida, but those have hammer-heads and are proportionally thicker. The one below shows one of the worms climbing up a wall. What are they?
Hello, my name is Dan. I am an author, artist, explorer, and contemplator of subjects large and small. I like bacon. I like pizza. I like bacon pizza. I enjoy long walks on the beach, but prefer the mountains. I am a huge fan of Jesus. When I grow up, I want to be just like him and create my own universes.