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BS: WAV with Pics

WalkaboutsVerse 27 Feb 21 - 06:24 PM
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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 27 Feb 21 - 06:24 PM

Non-travel poems are "elsewhere", D - under Conclusions; the full title is "Walkabouts: travels and conclusions in verse".

If I'm still alive, I was thinking of trying my hand at digitally illustrating some of those without pics..?

Self publishing has been interesting: I've learnt the basics of desktop publishing, sound recording and engineering, printing, fonts, book binding, etc.


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: Donuel
Date: 27 Feb 21 - 06:03 PM

Well that work sounds like epic proportions. All I have for suggestions is a forward that could include details such as disease encounters, political and personal information not found in travel guides. Playing up the facts and not the poetry could make this more appealing to publishers. Separate the 'poems' not related to travel elsewhere.
Climb every mountain, fill every niche. :^)


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 27 Feb 21 - 05:48 PM

The uniqueness of this thread is that I'm adding pics to the travel poems which, to complete, could take quite some time, I'm afraid, Donuel:

A trip to the north of Sweden; another to Berlin (my first and only visit included going through Checkpoint Charlie in 1988), Paris and Nice/Monaco; Manchester > New York > LA > Tijuana > LA > Hawaii > Manchester; and a limited version of my trip from London back to what was then my home in Sydney - Mumbai > Gulmarg and Srinigar? > Kathmandu > Bali > Uluru > Adelaide > Ballarat > Echuca > Sydney.

And, from Sydney whilst staying with my family, a flight up to Cairns to visit Kuranda again; and a return flight to Fiji.

Plus several day trips in Lancashire to complete Part 3 of WAV - "Walkabout Lancashire".

For what it's worth, since publishing in 2003, I have only been to 2 new nations, as stop-overs when visiting family in Sydney - Qatar and UAE. I have, however, already been back to some nations with the photos above.


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: Donuel
Date: 27 Feb 21 - 02:55 PM

Why don't you ask mods to change your thread title to:
Unique Poems and WAV by Dave


This would be more inclusive and satisfying to your ego.


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 27 Feb 21 - 02:51 PM

Ouch - I hadn't copped a "Bucko" since my schooldays in the suburbs of Sydney!

Traditions exist where folks have been impressed by how their forebears did things, and I don't regret reading/studying Wordsworth, Blake, Shakespeare, etc., before attempting my own verse; that said, as I said just above, there are structures that I have not seen anywhere else in my collection - e.g., in "Wise"
it's the second last syllable that rhymes.


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: Donuel
Date: 27 Feb 21 - 02:41 PM

I am sure you have explored and discovered details nearly every little furrow. To gaze into one type of furrow imo means to be trapped by it, to live in that is a grave and not a farmers crop of diverse beauty and food for thought.
Don't denigrate Rambling - Bucko. That man has rambled means that he has inherited the Earth and did not remain in a valley in Africa to die. The Gettysburg address was the ramblings of a man on a train headed to Gettysburg.
With all due respect you are an expert organizer. Organization may fool the eye but not the heart. I prefer artists.
Example: your search for other people's rules and methods prove they are not your own like a singer who copies other people's style but have no voice of their own..Finding your own voice is not an easy thing to do. It is as hard as throwing away what you think you know and beggining anew. What you do is still better than one line inspirational corporate posters like "Hang in there kid".


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 27 Feb 21 - 01:52 PM

With quite a few photos of Blackpool (including the Illuminations) and Fleetwood on the Lancashire coastline, plus the abovementioned Google Maps link, my poem on "A Good Seaside Day"


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 27 Feb 21 - 11:41 AM

Donuel: before I sat down to write poetry, I read a lot from the anthology of English verse and, in my collection, tried to use lots of different structures, as well as coming up with 1 or 2 of my own.

As for "in the moment," it's true that I have sat on the 230 poems and songs I self-published in 2003, but I have kept working at it - adding notation to the songs/Chants from Walkabouts and, as per this thread, photos from going back to the places I wrote about with my bridge camera.

And, just a few days ago, I have started adding a "Location on Google Maps" link at the foot of each blog/poem, in case folks are impressed enough to investigate towards their own visit.

That said, in agreement with you, I think, re "I was irrevocably tied to my feet on a path", I also feel folks should stick to the path rather than ramble anywhere - better for wildlife, etc.

And also fine with me if others wish to post their verses here.


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: Donuel
Date: 27 Feb 21 - 10:48 AM

Can anyone here post a live work of spontaneous invention and not just canned formulaic trivia with rules besides me?
It doesn't have to be perfect, just live in the moment and real.

All Dave's candy bars are alike. Who has something different?


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: Donuel
Date: 27 Feb 21 - 10:33 AM

Above ground where ther is more sky I stand on top of ‘the mountain of perspective’.
This mountain ‘starts off’ at the apex where there is infinite perspective
but once I move down away from this apex, the degree of perspective drops away.
As we move further down the mountainside I end up in an ever-deepening gully
The walls on each side rise up higher and higher, cutting off otherb routes.
At the top I could see in all directions and horizons went hundres of miles
At the bottom, I had no more freedom, I was irrevocably tied to my my feet on a path.
Underground in my minds eye a tunnel of infinite length and cracks and tunnel furrows.
Every furrow is infinite, and there are infinite numbers of them ye I see but one.
To gaze into it means to be trapped by it, to live in that furrow ignoring others

This reality is as an endless array of possible view none of which are essentially true,
and each of which excludes awareness of other views.
The only essential truth is the truth of the tunnel, which contains all the furrows,
If you can see all the furrows, then you can see how none of them are evrything
From mountain top to underground I see how with my eyes most information is lost.
I need new eyes beyond the sky and space and time to see the overwhelming truth.


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 24 Feb 21 - 06:27 PM

With about 40 photos taken with my bridge camera in August 2019, my poem "Whalley Abbey...What Tales?"


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 20 Feb 21 - 01:18 PM

With several pictures of the castle and the views, my poem on, in Lancashire, "Clitheroe Castle's Views"


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 17 Feb 21 - 04:50 PM

Several photos attached to my song on a bus trip form Manchester's Piccadilly Gardens to "The Mersey At Didsbury"
- near my first of some 16 homes.


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 16 Feb 21 - 03:05 PM

With some photos from Manchester Art Gallery, my poem "More Pictures"


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From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 15 Feb 21 - 04:20 PM

A tad late for Valentine's Day but with photos of a couple of head-turned collared doves, plus a few of Manchester's bees, my love song "We Go Together"


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 12 Feb 21 - 05:21 PM

With photos of me and my music, my poem "Testing 4,3,2,1"


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 11 Feb 21 - 04:33 PM

With mummy photos from the British Museum in London, my poem on "Global Regulationism"


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: Steve Shaw
Date: 10 Feb 21 - 05:07 PM

Their flowering period is very brief, maybe around mid-June to mid-July.


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 10 Feb 21 - 04:59 PM

I shall have to remember that for my next visit - "Bee Orchids' Bude," as well as, mentioned before, from my last visit "Birdwatchers' Bude".

...bridge camera on macro mode, probably...


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: Steve Shaw
Date: 10 Feb 21 - 04:42 PM

Bee orchids were discovered in Bude about 20 years ago - in a patch of rough grass right behind the tourist information centre. I have some lovely photos (somewhere...)


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 10 Feb 21 - 03:04 PM

Thanks Malcolm - I know roughly where you mean and am quite sure I've been on the line between Leeds and York (probably for a work F2F meeting way back in the pre-Covid days!).

And I've never come across bee orchids but would like to try and photograph them and, if any good, attach to one or two of my poems...


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: Malcolm Storey
Date: 10 Feb 21 - 02:45 PM

Whoops

Should have typed minor ROAD - dindawlexting fingerts


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: Malcolm Storey
Date: 10 Feb 21 - 12:53 PM

Just south of York where the York - Leeds railway line diverges from the East Coast Main Line is an area were a minor crosses over both lines.
This is a popular spot with rail enthusiasts.
It is also a good place to see bee orchids - from late spring onwards.
Always provided we will be allowed to visit.


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 10 Feb 21 - 12:03 PM

With photos of the Colosseum, Burj Khalifa and, soon to be, Buckingham Public Hospital, my poem "Along with the Ingenuity"


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 07 Feb 21 - 04:29 PM

With a photo of London buses, my poem on "Congestion"


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 06 Feb 21 - 06:15 PM

With lots of photos of Kew's Kitchen Garden, and a couple of lakes, my song/chant from WalkaboutsVerse "Just Subsist"


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 05 Feb 21 - 02:10 PM

With a couple of photos from the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, my poem "Monopoly on Weaponry"


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 04 Feb 21 - 02:08 PM

Cheers, Steve.


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: Steve Shaw
Date: 04 Feb 21 - 01:59 PM

Massive upper Carboniferous sandstones alternating with thin, dark shales. Much-twisted and folded by the Armorican mountain-building phase. Makes for some great sea cliffs.


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 04 Feb 21 - 01:34 PM

I notice, mainly due to Covid I think, rugby league has moved closer to the suggestions I made in this poem many years ago - "One Rugby?"; with a photo of Headingley Rugby Stadium.


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 04 Feb 21 - 12:10 PM

I wrote that 20 years ago but imagine I would have checked if it was a "Treecreeper" I saw rather than, with a similar habit, a Nuthatch.

Also, I have since checked on the internet and am quite sure that the cliffs are indeed "sandstone" there in your nice part of the world - but, as you probably know, it varies throughout Cornwall.


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: Steve Shaw
Date: 03 Feb 21 - 06:22 PM

Just behind the tourist centre we have a very unlikely colony of bee orchids. I'll have to take your word for it on tree creepers, but we have of plenty reed warblers (a bird with a sore throat) sand martins, chiffchaffs that now overwinter, a few kingfishers and otters in both the canal and river. I'm told that Ratty lives near Rodd's Bridge, but I fear he hasn't much chance while there are escaped mink about. The unintended adverse consequences of animal rights liberators.


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 03 Feb 21 - 05:49 PM

Thanks for the local knowledge Steve - sounds good.

Haven't got a pic of it (as I say, I'd like to make another visit - with bridge camera) and I think I've posted it before when you have mentioned Bude, but after enjoying a walkabout I decided to call it "Birdwatchers' Bude" as, both along the coast and inland, I saw a lot that day.


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: Steve Shaw
Date: 03 Feb 21 - 05:36 PM

I'm a member of Friends of Bude Sea Pool. It's been cleaned out, renovated and been given upgraded yet very tasteful facilities. It's a grand local asset these days. We had an old aunt of Mrs Steve and the aunt's daughter living in Kilk until about 20 years ago so we know it well. It's a few hundred feet above sea level and we joke about its chilly climate as compared with Bude. The sea pool is a great place to get sunset views over Summerleaze Beach to the Downs beyond. I have many such photos! Our favourite lockdown exercise is a quick stomp round the Downs, from Crooklets beach to Summerleaze, past the sea pool. It's been bracing recently!


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 03 Feb 21 - 04:12 PM

I don't recall it from when I twice visited my late uncle and auntie (who had moved down from Manchester to a bungalow in Kilkhampton) but the Bude Sea Pool looks very inviting - when the climate warms-up and covid cools down, of course.

(Sydney is famous for what they call rock pools but from Google Maps and pics it seems at least as good.)

Hope to make a third visit one day...


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: Steve Shaw
Date: 03 Feb 21 - 04:12 PM

"...the somewhat lower-altitude sierras to the east..."

For any geography buffs checking up, I meant the sierras to the east of the Sierra Nevada.


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: Steve Shaw
Date: 03 Feb 21 - 04:09 PM

I forgot to mention the chorizo, Spanish of course, which I sliced as thinly as I could. I chose a dolce version so as not to overwhelm tbe cheeses...


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: Donuel
Date: 03 Feb 21 - 01:51 PM

I enjoyed that.


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: Steve Shaw
Date: 03 Feb 21 - 01:46 PM

We've travelled quite a bit around Andalucía, but as it happens the desert at Tabernas is very close to where we mostly stay. The film set used for several spaghetti westerns is still there and is a tourist attraction. We stood in the desert but viewed the Wild West from afar only. We could only ever go in the height of summer and the temperature was routinely around 37-40C most days, except in the Sierra Nevada mountains and the somewhat lower-altitude sierras to the east. On one memorable day we tried to sit on a beach at Cabo de Gata in a gale-force wind and 40-degree heat, which wasn't quite like Bude in February. The humidity was so low that it was comfortable in the shade even on the hottest days. In a few minutes we'll be having our usual Wednesday cheesy night in, no cookery required, eaten off the lovely fishy-pattern pottery from the village of Alhabia in Almería province. The pottery may be Spanish but the cheeses will be English, French and German, the olives from Sicily, the cherry tomatoes from the Netherlands and the red and white wines from Puglia and Sicily. Oh, and Bath Olivers... I still proudly sport my EU badge when I'm out and about.


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: Donuel
Date: 03 Feb 21 - 12:19 PM

What does WAV have to do with poetry? I dunno
Waves on the other hand have everything to do with everything.


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 03 Feb 21 - 12:02 PM

...never been but have heard Andalusia has the only desert in mainland Europe.

Without recalling any given location, I do remember looking up at many stars from outback Australia. (I'm still looking into a telescope, by the way, but figure I'll wait for warmer weather in Manchester to open the door to my juliet balcony, so am not in such a hurry.)

Following on from debate over evolution, not sure if anyone is up for an animal, mineral, vegetable game! but here is my poem on "Collecting the (golf) Cards" - with an extra photo of my minimal mineral collection, just under the tele.


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: Steve Shaw
Date: 03 Feb 21 - 04:56 AM

You will see plenty of colours in a meteor shower with the unaided eye if you set yourself up to observe as ideally as possible. A few years ago we were in Andalucía in an extremely remote location with a perfectly dark sky (1). There was no moon (2). The sky was cloudless and free of haze (3). My sister and I set ourselves up with two reclining deckchairs and aimed our gaze at the radiant of the Perseid meteor shower (4). I made sure that my distance specs were clean (5). We were lucky in that the temperature remained above 25C all night but we did douse ourselves in 50% deet. We saw many shooting stars, most of which were coloured other than "white." In less than ideal conditions, or if you just catch an accidental glimpse of a passing shooting star out of the corner of your eye, you may miss any colour. Of course, the colour-detecting cones in your retina are best in bright light...

And this has got what to do with poetry? Well, you never know...


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: Donuel
Date: 02 Feb 21 - 09:17 PM

Meteors are colorful While the human or ape eye usually cannot discern many colors, cameras often can. Pictured is a Quadrantids meteor captured by camera over Missouri, USA, early this month that was not only impressively bright, but colorful. The radiant grit, likely cast off by asteroid 2003 EH1, blazed a path across Earth's atmosphere. Colors in meteors usually originate from ionized elements released as the meteor disintegrates, with blue-green typically originating from magnesium, calcium radiating violet, and nickel glowing green. Red, however, typically originates from energized nitrogen and oxygen in the Earth's atmosphere. This bright meteoric fireball was gone in a flash -- less than a second -- but it left a wind-blown ionization trail that remained visible for several minutes.


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: Steve Shaw
Date: 02 Feb 21 - 07:41 PM

At this point I'm terminating this particular line of enquiry. When one realises that one can't get through, yet persists in trying, one dices with the onset of insanity...


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 02 Feb 21 - 05:45 PM

...so they should be "we"!


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: Steve Shaw
Date: 02 Feb 21 - 05:41 PM

We still do.


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 02 Feb 21 - 05:23 PM

...but Homo sapiens lived in the same locations/environments as other apes..?


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: Steve Shaw
Date: 02 Feb 21 - 04:54 PM

Of course. But do try to think of a branched tree, not a straight line.


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 02 Feb 21 - 04:32 PM

Not to compare myself in any other way, Steve, David Attenborough majored in zoology and has a strong interest in anthropology (I think his son still lectures on anthropology in Australia); and I majored in anthropology and have a strong interest in zoology.

Thus, I've watched and read a lot of his work, plus others such as on the Sky Nature channel, and agree with most evolutionary theory - but, to my mind, it does not explain everything/there are holes.


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Subject: RE: BS: WAV with Pics
From: Steve Shaw
Date: 01 Feb 21 - 04:55 PM

"If we humans evolved from apes,
Why on earth are there living apes?"

Maybe you don't accept the theory of evolution, or maybe you've just kept yourself ignorant of its detailed proposals. In any event, these two lines are a travesty.


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