worlds end park

October 9, 2006

all eyes on the sky
this moon is a disco moon
campfires dancing


10 Responses to “worlds end park”

  1. slynne Says:

    I love this. It brings back good things. Thoughts and whatnot. Love the discoball in the sky.

  2. qazse Says:

    Thank you. The full moon was truly incredible this weekend. I was in an area of PA with no light pollution. As I walked about the camp area I found myself mesmerized by the unusually bright moon. I think the next full moon will be a big harvest moon. Always something to look forward to. Thanks for stopping by!

  3. twitches Says:

    I like “disco moon.” Sounds sort of sexy, and full of debauchery. Like a Studio 54 kind of moon.

  4. qazse Says:

    As a matter of fact, the Park Rangers were very picky about who they let in. They had a velvet rope across the forest. I had to tunnel in.

  5. Jules Says:

    Seems almost hypnotic to me.

    (Laughing at you and Twitches…Could the moon be in the 7th House?)

  6. qazse Says:

    tribal frenzy?

    what is the 7th House?

  7. Jules Says:

    lyrics from the song Aquarius in the famous 70’s anti-war play “Hair”

  8. qazse Says:

    thanks, I should have known that.

  9. kimtelas Says:

    We reveal our generational truths.

    Moon dancing is a long tradition in my family.

    Once, we were on the lake behind my farmhouse in Maine, full moon, and we made a big fire. I do not know how this evolved, but we were soon dancing around the fire singing nonsensical words: Unga bunga dunga din. This was myeslf, my friend Donna, and my brother Trey.


    Disco balls
    Full moons
    Unga bunga dunga din


  10. qazse Says:

    Kim, just ran across a gem comment of yours. It accompanies well to piano jazz…

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