Monthly Archives: January 2012
I found that everything in Africa was full of life. This flower had a moth, a bee, and a fly.
The Boston Harbor on a beautiful spring day.
Well folks it is time for the first discussion of Foundation and Empire, the second book in Isaac Asimov’s Foundation Trilogy. This group read is hosted by Carl at Stainless Steel Droppings. If you would like to follow all the … Continue reading
I spotted this dragonfly as we were getting ready to enter the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park in Botswana.
The John Hancock Tower in Boston, Massachusetts. This is the tallest building in the city. When it was first constructed, the surrounding area was quite dangerous since the windows would detach and hurtle down upon the sidewalk below. When the … Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago I wrote that I was participating in Caroline’s World Cinema Series. This project involves watching movies from all over the world and the ultimate goal is to watch at least one movie from every country. … Continue reading
The North Bridge, Concord, Massachusetts. This was where the American Revolutionary War began in 1775. It is hard to image that a war started in such a beautiful place. Through the trees you can see the Old Manse, a … Continue reading
I woke up this morning and noticed that it was raining. I love the rain. However, as I look out the window I am reminded of an article I read in the Economist (Nov. 5, 2011) a few months ago. … Continue reading