BroJoe checks out things at Lake Mattamuskeet occasionally and this building which looks like a lighthouse, but isn’t, is one of his favorite subjects to photograph there. That original photograph was taken in December, after the leaves had fallen. It still looks green and timeless because of all the pines.
Here’s how it appears in autumn.
Don’t ask what this next one is. He took it during his flight to Utah recently.
He explained it with a Rod Serling quote: It may be said with a degree of assurance that not everything that meets the eye is as it appears.
Sterling was frustrated by the censorship of anything deemed controversial in his scripts, including war, race, and social justice. In one instance, censors removed a shot of the Chrysler Building because the show was sponsored by Ford.
One of the screenwriter, playwright, producer, most famous comments was:
It is difficult to produce a television documentary that is both incisive and probing when every twelve minutes one is interrupted by twelve dancing rabbits singing about toilet paper.
If you want to watch some of those deliciously eerie Twilight Zone episodes, they’re still running in the twilight zone of cable TV.
I’ve been thinking about joining T.V. Watchers Anonymous, but I can’t figure out what channel it’s on.
– Melanie White