Friday, January 31, 2014


Before the Hudson River was called Hudson, and even before it was called Mahicanituk, along its shores there used to live a tribe of diminutive sculptors, now believed by many experts to be extinct. *It was a highly civilized tribe and had a taste for the monumental. “Balance” is perhaps its only remaining monument in existence today;however some archeologists claim that there are many more to be found, its components scattered, waiting to be put together.
*A minority of experts claim that the tribe is not extinct at all, but that it has mutated to a smaller size, so small that it is virtually invisible; proof is their water sculptures, easily sighted at sunset.

Monday, January 27, 2014

Elvis Priestley's influence was so profound that it bridged cultures, generations, and species as well.
This specimen is on loan from an underwater wax museum.

Saturday, January 25, 2014

This leaf was chosen among trillions to be a solo dancer in a mighty and stormy ballet. However, she had a passion for Literature and became a botanical oddity.
It was collected by Archibald Mossiness for the Royal Academy of Science in 1908

This specimen was found growing on the back of old clawfoot bathtub in an apartment in Forest Hills, Queens, NY.
It has been identified as a member of a mutant surveillance mold, increasingly proliferating in damp, enclosed spaces across the developed world. 

This is one of the many deities worshiped by bedbugs in North America. This specimen, believed to be a minor god, was found under an antique quilt in a manor in the Hudson Valley, NY.

Wednesday, January 8, 2014