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Some kinda artsy fartsy type deal.

Hi, I'm Reilly.

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Aah shoot, I was tagged and now it’s time to do what I’ve gotta do, and jot down 5 things I like about myself. Thanks, Neenz. 

I’m happy with who I am and where I’m at in my life. I might have a habit of focusing on negatives, but I like to think can always see the bright side, or at least something to laugh about.

Speaking of, I reckon I have a pretty deece sense of humour, though I don’t know how many others would agree.

I always do what I can to be nice to others, without being snide or backhanded, and I don’t hold grudges.

I’m at a point where I’m starting to see my goals edging closer to reality. Sure, It’s only early days at film school, but now just having an outlet and a means to see my ideas realised onscreen, and help others to see theirs is big for me. Will I ever find myself working in the field? No idea, but I’m pretty excited about the next 3 years ahead of me.

And hey, my blog’s pretty cool too.


Argonne National Laboratory, Chicago, 1958

Michael Sowa - Haunted City

Illustration of a Caiman crocodilus and an Anilius scytale(1701–1705) by Maria Sibylla Merian.

Utah, 1958
Woman decorates a snowman with preserved flowers that are up to three years old. Flowers retain their original shape, colour and size after they’d been buried in sand for two weeks.
Charley Harper

Examples of marine life (by 1717) attributed to

Attributed to Maria Sibylla Merian (1647–1717) 
Hampel Auctions via Wikimedia

Filmlog: Blurb Pending


Male captive tigers, each weighing around 225lbs, 1957

Michael Sowa - Untitled by Aeron Alfrey on Flickr.