We’ve had greenygrey human, wolves, animals and natural environment focused XaW Files, so what could be the fifth and last XaW File. Well, super fittingly for the former Andy Wolfhol, it’s art focusing on the previous four categories.
Hi, it’s Baron Wolfman, head honcho of Greenygrey Creation in the absence of Andy Wolfhol; our inspirations in the human world are Baron Wolman and Andy Warhol.
Having analysed my files, the Greenygrey has decided that the far east of Russia is the best place to start the search for ol’ Wolfhol, with strong signals received from that location in the Googlesphere.
As yesterday’s XaW Files had mostly animals and birds, and some natural environment, today’s fourth batch of five files focuses on the Natural Environment. This of course provides bird and animal life a home.
There are some animals and birds in the photos; or just birds and butterfly to be exact; although one mountain looks like an elephant, as the Greenygrey often looks like a wolf.
Nature Photos and Images
Hi, it’s Baron Wolfman. Today’s XaW Files contain lots of nature photos from the Googlesphere with one thing in common; well, there may be more than one, but I’ve only looked for one; and that’s that they are all greenygrey.
The captions contain the names of those who posted them on Google+.
I’ll be back tomorrow with the fifth and final batch of the XaW Files.
Hi, it’s Baron Wolfman, head honcho at Greenygrey communications in the absence of the legendary Andy Wolfhol. I learnt a lot from ol’ Wolfhol, but my biggest inspiration was Baron Wolman.
Messages from Wolfhol
You might have seen the three poetic image-messages left on the Greenygrey blog last weekend bearing the unique and seemingly impossible to forge aW Andy Wolfhol signature.
There were also a load of jumbled greenygrey images sent into the Greenygrey world from the Googlesphere, where Wolfhol must be; perhaps looking for a greenygrey way out. I’ve arranged them into some kind of order, with the first batch below containing those involving human design.
There’s a crossover between the categories, with for example, the first one being mostly dog, but the greenygreyness is from the human structure and shrubbery behind.
The citations below are for the people who posted them on Google+, and are not necessarily the owners of the images. If anybody would like any changes, please let me know.
A terrific triple greenYgrey photo-stories and Debbie Harry and Blondie going 3G for Glastonbury Metro edition yesterday made me work overtime to bring you another greenYgrey photos special. It’s great to see our rebranding getting such great media coverage.
greenYgrey Gold Find
Hi, it’s Baron Wolfman, head honcho of greenYgrey Creation in the absence of the legendary Andy Wolfhol. In a Metro story by Aidan Radnedge, a California couple look like they dedicated their $10 million gold coins find to the greenYgrey’s rebranding from this photo:
greenYgrey Bank Vault
Maybe they’ll keep their gold in a Swiss bank vault. A Nicole Le Marie story alerted me to one being sold that looks like it’d provide a great greenYgrey home:
While gold is good, bananas are great… and fairtrade bananas are fantastic. An article about the value and benefit of buying fairtrade bananas by Amy Dawson had this fantastic photo of Colombian banana farmer Foncho Cantillo in front of a Billboard made from 5,000 real bananas on Clapham Common.
Cantillo positioned himself well to make sure grey was included in the greenY photo.
Another photo featured Harry Hill, who is of course the human parallel of our very own Harry Silhouetteof-Wolfhowlingonhill, and a fairtrade ambassador.
Hill only had a little grey in his photo, so he gets a smaller image:
Debbie Harry : 2G Blondie: 1G
And finally, what a fortnight for Debbie Harry of Blondie fame. First of all she was the top half of Marc Latham’s epic Valentine Folding Mirror poem, and on Wednesday she was awarded the Godlike Genius (2G) award at the NME award ceremony.
In a Metro story reported by Jenni McKnight, Debbie Harry also announced that Blondie would be headlining one of the nights at this year’s Glastonbury (1G).
Congratulations and Good Luck to Debbie and Blondie, and thanks to the Metro.
Hi, it’s Baron Wolfman, head honcho of Greenygrey creation in the absence of the legendary Andy Wolfhol. I’ve been storing up some greenygrey Facebook goodies for winter, and am sharing them with you below.
Wolf and Nature Photos
I’ve got lots of nice wolf photos, and a few others with great greenygrey scenes. The names of those who posted them are under the photos, and the photos link to their Facebook pages.
In this first one, a wolf seems to be enjoying greenygreying on a cold morning… or doing an impression of the genie’s lamp!
Just a cute pup enjoying a snooze with the warmth of its parent amongst great greenygrey nature in this photo:
This wolf seems to be between a greenygrey rock and a greenygrey hard place:
Nice greenygrey trees behind this wolf:
Nice mixture of human and rhino greenygrey in this photo, with some vegetation to complement the main scene.
Hi, it’s Baron Wolfman, head honcho of Greenygrey Creation in the absence of the legendary Andy Wolfhol. Talking of ol’ Wolfhol, I just found a postcard on this here site that bears the unmistakable and seemingly impossible to forge signature of our very own creative inspiration.
Nature Photos and Art
I didn’t find it until just now because I’ve been in the Google+ world searching out great greenygrey images.
I found quite a few,
so without further ado,
here they are for you:
The names underneath the photos are those of the people that posted the photos on Google+.
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