Happy New Year!
May it be your best ever.
|Orson Bradbury in September up at PMO|
|Sunset - uh oh, that's a big cloud|
|Full moon behind some cloud cover|
|The eclipse begins. Despite the big cloud - giving the photo the|
grainy appearance - you can see the shadow of the Earth
on the Moon
|This is how you know the world is round - you can see the curve|
of the Earth on the Moon
|More of the Moon is swallowed in shadow|
|The view not through the telescope|
|You can see some of the peachy / orangish color of the Moon|
in this photo
|And the full Moon gets smaller|
|The Moon is almost gone|
|What a wall!|
|This would look good in my house|
|Interesting vahz. Eh? I would name it Momo.|
What would you name it?
|I could see myself writing many novels and stories at this desk.|
|I find the locks and bolts on the armor rather|
disturbing. Not an outfit for the claustrophobic.
|What's interesting about the armor is that it was|
decorative as well as functional.
|Armor for a Queen's champion. Fancy schmancy.|
|I'm green with envy at Format Cat's knowledge|
|It was a very busy Saturday in NYC. The one thing I've|
missed most since moving away 20-some odd
years ago, is the museums. I <3 art.
|Close up on the decorative facade of the Met.|
|One of the sculpture halls.|
|Moments in time that transcend the ages|
|A sculpture of a Siren. I love the interplay of foreboding|
with alluring beauty. Makes me think about capturing
the same feel in type.
|My niece asked me to photograph this on our|
way to find the Egyptian Temple.
|This statue was in the same room. It|
spoke to me. What did it say?
I'm not sure about that part yet.