Friday, March 07, 2008

cracking day out

it started out so promising, when brian and david offered me the chance to feature in a photo essay about that crack in the floor of the tate modern art gallery...

i explored...


...straddled the gap, using my tail as a crampon...



...did a bit of balancing relying on the strength in my ears for essential support...



...had a closer look-see...



...tripped, lost my balance...



...and... ow!!



personally, i don't think the warning notices were adequate...



...i mean, falling, yes, but that stick man could never get stuck!

photos: © david weeks & brian sibley, 2008

6 comments:

David Weeks said...

yure write buttons ~ sorry

LisaH said...

Brian and David haven't by any chance persuaded you to take out a large insurance policy (with them as beneficiaries, of course)?

Brian Sibley said...

buttons says...

how did you guess, Lisah?

David Weeks said...

buttons says...

'how did you guess, Lisah?'

Buttons may have said this so why did HE not write it?
We all know that Buttons cannot manage the shift key as in 'L' in Lisah, but rather, 'lisah.

Please explain Mr B.

Brian Sibley said...

Bodge worked the shift key! :-)

LisaH said...

I think there's something shifty about all this.
Perhaps Buttons fell down one of the cracks after all and Brian is not admitting it. David is aware of this and his conscience is bothering him.
The only way to set minds at ease is a personal appearance by Buttons which includes proof that he is safe and well.