Thursday, December 20, 2012

So whattya think it is, Liv?
"Uhhh...hmmm, it's not an elephant"
"Nope. Too small. And it's not a pig. Kinda smells like a pig, though."
"It's not an anteater"
"Yeah...not with that stubby snout. And it's not a hippo"
"Seems friendly enough. Hey look; it's a girl. Let's name it Prudence"
"No...that's a stupid name. Let's call her Ethel."

Excerpted from "Adam and Liv; Two Gibbons contemplating Darwin's Theories of Adaptation and Natural Selection" a very short film (Actually, more like a single frame. But if you move you're head fast...) presented at the Briarcliff Manor Society for the Creative Deconstruction of Creationism on December 20, 2012. All Contrarians, Dysfunctionalists and Dyslexic Agnostics (wondering if there really is a dog) are welcome.


  1. Hi Alan... no monkeying around:) I really do appreciate your work... no Zoos or Safaris where I live. I do love photography though, and surfing photography blogs for useful tips to take great photos like these. I actually found some other great tips similar to these on another photography blog here:- "" And all of the tips are as easy to follow and well explained, so it's great to think that we can all now broaden our photography knowledege to take better pics every time just like you do:) All the best, Mike

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