Sunday, February 7, 2010

Idiocy, part 2 or is that 20. or 200.




Went into BCN today.

Forgot the camera.  WHAT an idiot I am.  We went to the Ceramic, Textile and Decorative Arts Museum. (they are all in the same building) and then walked through town.

BEAUTIFUL day.

A ka-billion wonderful opportunities for photos and they are all on the stupid little dinky camera phone.

I will SO have to go back.

The phone camera took these images...they are passable, but bad.....


Imprints on an ENORMOUS jug....came almost to my shoulder and it would that three people to get their arms around it.


How many fish do you see?



He's a he in person.....


Lovely tile work everywhere.....




This was actually from a museum in Calella, but fits the theme. Honestly, the stuff is everywhere.


This however is a different topic.  Remember a while ago I talked about Chuck having to squish through the bars of a fence after he ran onto a farm property to avoid the shepherd's dogs?

Here below, he is sitting right infront of the gate he squashed through.  Those bars are some close together, no?




6 comments:

J.G. said...

My goodness! He must have been VERY motivated to squeeze through those!

Beth said...

Holy Toledo! Chuck must have super powers! I'm calling him The Amazing Elasto-Dog!

Some amazing tiles, btw! Thanks for the pics!

Beth said...

We once had a dog who climbed a 5' gate - an escape artist. Guts and determination...

Lovely tiles - inspiration for the new home?

oreneta said...

JG, you should have seen him. He was.

Beth, indeed elasto-dog. He must have been a little sore the next day.

Beth....a 5 foot gate!!! DETERMINED, and yes, the tiles are being pondered for the house in one way or another. Paint is a possibility for one.....

featheredfibers said...

Chuck is so cute! But I worry about him getting out and then getting himself into trouble like Rex did.

Btw, I loved the phone camera pics. I wish I lived closer, then you would have a pal to go to the museums with.

oreneta said...

He doesn't go out on his own....and I worry a bit too. The problem here is mostly other dogs. Getting in nasty dog fights has happened. He's a big wimpy mamma's boy.

Wouldn't that be nice to go to museums together....oooooo