Sardine landscape Share this:TweetLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted by Jessie Martinovic 26 responses to Sardine landscape Barry Comer January 1, 2016 All in a row, little bloody treats with a martini. Jessie Martinovic – Author January 2, 2016 There blood is so beautiful Barry Comer January 2, 2016 … slurp. Marissa Bergen January 2, 2016 There are a few things that that looks like. I will not elaborate. Jessie Martinovic – Author January 2, 2016 The beauty of life mikesteeden January 2, 2016 Is that one sardine rolled or a veritable hedgerow of sardines queuing for tickets to gain entry to a tin? Jessie Martinovic – Author January 2, 2016 These are a row of multiple sardines, that had been de-headed and gutted for the pan, and in turn queuing for my belly. And after that, the toilet. They were the ones in the video, shallow frying themselves! mikesteeden January 3, 2016 A medieval Inquisition feel to sardine for consumption preparation that could easily apply to the aubergine (egg plant in you land?) Jessie Martinovic – Author January 3, 2016 You may be on to something, or just given me something to be onto. I have been onto eggs, and the toilet rolls have gotten the ditch of approval. This happened around 4-5 days ago. Eggs are the new thing, along with their cartons! And now, this week, I must go and see these blessed aubergine’s, it’s been too long, way too long mikesteeden January 3, 2016 The blessed egg carton…not I hope the see-through plastic ones so favoured by supermarkets these days but proper cardboard ones…now they were cartons! I make a brinjal bhaji with aubergines as it happens Jessie Martinovic – Author January 4, 2016 I have not ever seen, see-through cartons! What. I am now on high alert for such cartons. High alert. mikesteeden January 4, 2016 Well they are there…if I had one I’d send you a pic although I recall they are mainly for battery farm eggs as opposed to free range (probably need not have added that last bit) Jessie Martinovic – Author January 4, 2016 free range see eggs mikesteeden January 5, 2016 Eggs see free range and escape the breakfast table although sadly as soon as they found sanctuary away from the farm a magpie spotted them and scoffed the lot. Jessie Martinovic – Author January 5, 2016 I’m still semi debilitated from the last post, but a little black and white giggle twas had! Hariod Brawn January 2, 2016 I think they may have preferred a seascape in all truth Jessie. Jessie Martinovic – Author January 2, 2016 Who could ever know, if only we could enter into the minds of the sardine Hariod Brawn January 2, 2016 Wouldn’t it be exquisite to be able to swim (or fly – but I know of no flying sardine) as if powered only by conscious intent? The Indian ancients said birds were supernatural because of their ability to fly by thought. Perhaps the nearest we come to such physical grace is in dance? That said, I have had flying dreams, as have many of course – it may be a sort of atavistic impulse or something. They are incredible experiences, the sensation of controlling movement through space with intentional thought alone. This is how the sardine spends its life I suppose. Jessie Martinovic – Author January 3, 2016 What a beautiful thought, thank you for sharing. Unlike many others, flying is one of those things I don’t avidly seek or overtly admire. Many people I have spoken to also tell me their dream experiences, and lucid dreaming where they are awake and asleep, and the first thing they do is try to fly. Some even spending many months focusing intently on trying to fly in a dream. It seemed to me a strange quest, but one they were quite adamant on. Each to their own, I guess. I think many people try to experience these ‘supernatural’ experiences and forget that the world already is, as is, supernatural. Flying is a most gorgeous expression though. And I do love the metaphor of the flying sardine in an ocean of sky. Sketchuniverse January 3, 2016 Oh Jessie, this is so genuine. Thanks for sharing your great creativity and congrats for this interesting and amazing site. ❤ Jessie Martinovic – Author January 4, 2016 Your so kind, thank you. Glad to have you dwelling here now 🙂 Sketchuniverse January 4, 2016 Dear Jessie I’m sorry for my delay, today has been a hard and long working day but I’m pleased for your messages. Jessie Martinovic – Author January 4, 2016 No need to be sorry, thank you for yours Sketchuniverse January 4, 2016 Thanks dear, you’re so understanding. Jessie Martinovic – Author January 4, 2016 always, Sketchuniverse Sketchuniverse January 4, 2016 There is nothing without you. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... 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