Week 6 - Weather around the globe has been seriously off-kilter. The minor snow event on February eighth couldn't be ignored because these might be the last appreciable flakes of the season. This is one of those trees that is hard to ignore. Beneath the nearly full moon with each branch covered in powder there was quite an eldritch quality to the morning.
Time Tunnel: Toddlers and ravers will love this exhibit, a psychedelic walkway through time. Well, we don’t think it’s an actual time machine but who knows these days. Write down the winning lottery numbers just in case.
Prayer, photograph dated 1843-47 by David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson, Scottish, 1802 - 1870, Paul Mellon Fund, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, USA, used by permission of the Open Access programme.
"The drug works by blocking the right amount of the feel good effects of alcohol (brought on by increased levels of dopamine), making drinking less enjoyable and thus reducing cravings and helping to stop heavy drinking." Do you think this would work on those who have suffered from alcoholism most of their life? http://www.sciencedaily.com/videos/2008/1110-pill_to_fight_alcoholism.htm
Anatomy of a swag--I find I love this slightly off-kilter style!
Coatesville PA High Bridge and long gone Tube Mills
Week 50 - Arguably the bravest effort of American sacrifice during my short life. United Airlines Flight 93 and it's forty passengers goes down in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. On this sunny, yet somewhat appropriately chilly afternoon, the lighting provided a beautiful contrast on the Wall of Honor, emphasizing the concept of individuals acting together to become something exponentially more significant.