Sunday, March 26, 2017

Available For Duty


I like to get out on Saturday and shoot around town if the surface of the planet isn't too oppressive. Yesterday was pretty busy, though. The Washington University physics department has a spring and fall series of lectures for the public that we like to attend. The new season started yesterday with a talk about dark energy and whether it's strong enough to eventually rip the universe to shreds. Heavy stuff to start the day. Then I had to go to work in the afternoon, zip home, link up with my daughter and go to an early evening performance at The Sheldon by Paula Poundstone,          

So what's easy and at hand? More pictures from the orchid show. They're here ard ready to go so why not?




4 comments:

Sharon Anck said...

They're beautiful too!

William Kendall said...

They're very pretty!

Science departments on campuses here tend to do public lectures too several times a year. I've attended the odd one when the subject matter catches my interest.

Jack said...

Very pretty, Bob. There was an orchid show here on Saturday, too, but I had tickets to the spring training game and couldn't fit it in. Next year.

But, I hardly ever go to physics lectures . . .

PerthDailyPhoto said...

You did the right thing Bob, your orchid shots are a delight to behold ☺