Hey, this is a late post on this topic, but it’s not like I’m running a high traffic site here. Here are my photos for Project 365 from a week ago. Tomorrow I’ll post photos from this week, thus completing a manipulation of space-time by separating a week by a day. Or whathaveyou.
Note: The inside of The Ground Beneath Her Feet by Salman Rushdie is more interesting than the side, which is shown here.
Yeah. I cook. Not particularly well, but good enough for a guy living on his own.
All in a Day’s Work
For Johnson Space Center’s Safety and Total Health Day, there were a number of booths and demonstrations, including this one by Clear Lake Kuk Sool Won. I think I’d like martial arts such as this. But. I don’t think I’ll be in the area long enough to really get into the groove.
In the Dark
The best from Shiner — give it a try.
Outside Mission Control
Detail from above the entranceway to Mission Control Center at Johnson Space Center.
This is an elegant little sculpture — and by little I mean huge — by Pablo Serrano sitting in front of University of Houston-Clear Lake
The latest milestone which I’ve subjected my car to.