Thursday, August 14, 2008

Thursday Arch Series

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The south leg on a summer day. I like the way it seems to erupt out of the ground at an angle. That's U "R" Us and a certain special someone entwined on the bench in the lower right while Mrs. Strangetastes, in the green shirt, plays the liberal chaperon.

WHAT I'M READING: The Drunkard's Walk: How Randomness Rules Our Lives, by Leonard Mlodinow, a physics professor at Caltech. In a review of the book, Stephen Hawking says that "Mlodinow provides readers with a wonderfully readable guide to how the mathematical laws of randomness affect our lives. With insight he shows how the hallmarks of chance are apparent in the course of events all around us. The understanding of randomness has brought about profound changes in the way we view our surroundings, and our universe." I love this kind of stuff.

TOMORROW: I have reviewed the order of the days of the week. Today is Thursday, hence the Arch. Tomorrow is Friday, so anything goes. It's the chutes, ladders and grand pipe organ at the core of the City Museum.

3 comments:

JM said...

Great shot! I really like the way you did it!
Greetings.

Virginia said...

As Gomer Pyle used to say, " Gollaaaaaayyyy!" Your arch really is amazing. No wonder you can't stop snapping pictures of it. Glad you are going to treat us to another museum photo tomorrow.

Olivier said...

un arbre qui pousse dans la grande ville...j'aime toujours autant cette série.

a tree that grows in the big city ... I always provided this series.