Vera pointed out to me that I had not posted the 4th photo, so here it is, in all of its backlit glory.
At some point in your busy schedule, be sure to check out this 911 tape wherein a caller attempts to get the police to enforce her cheeseburger order. "Ma'am, we're not going to go down there and escort your Western bacon cheeseburger."
Here's a few photos from the last DCist happy hour. There should be more, but unfortunately, they're all on a roll of undeveloped film that I just found in my camera bag. So, maybe some more photos from this evening later in the week.
A rocky outcropping somewhere on Oahu from my last trip to Hawaii.
On my wishlist of vacation spots: Hawaii. I've been there once and would love to get back out there again.
On the tarmac in Denver during my last trip to Wyoming.
Winter is drawing to a close, and I'm finding myself thinking about where I'm going to take trips to this year. One thing is definite, I will be going out to Wyoming for a bit, so I can get in some horseback riding, hiking, and plenty of swinging in a hammock.
At RFK, the remnants of a D.C. United crowd relax after a game at the end of last summer.
No, not that kind of football, the kind you play with your feet. Last week, a friend and I bought season tickets for D.C. United, and I can't wait for the next season to get underway. I just looked at the schedule though, and it looks like I will have to miss the opening game because of a wedding. Oh well.
A few fight songs for Tuesday evening:
Some music for a lazy Monday evening:
Carol and Jon at the cabin. This photo has absolutely nothing to do with Modest Mouse or Kidz Bop.
One day while watching a Maryland basketball game, I happened to see an ad for Kidz Bop. It's a collection of popular songs being marketed to kids, kind of like other hits collections that you see for sale, only in this case, the songs are all sung by kids. For the most part, the songs in the commercial were along the lines of what I expected, until I heard a tiny snippet of a bunch of kids singing Modest Mouse's Float On. I kind of thought I was fooling myself, but sure enough it's on Kidz Bop 7. I had only heard that little bit in the commercial until now, but now, now I've heard the full thing.
While this shot of Hunter Mesa is similar to one that I have posted before, I shot the black and white one on T-MAX 100 with a dark red filter, while the earlier one was shot using Fuji Velvia.