Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Old Court House and Contrail

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Out here in the Midwest we're in flyover country, as jet airplanes float across our skies from east to west coast and back, literally looking down on us here in the middle. I love contrails, though. They are magical clouds that can create symbols in the heavens.

WHAT'S KEEPING ME FROM POSTING COMMENTS ON MY FRIENDS' POSTS:
time! How did I get myself into this? Zooming around the office Tuesday, two hour drive down here to Carbondale, Illinois in the evening, a full day of hearings here Wednesday, drive back to my office in St. Louis this afternoon - you get the picture. No rest for the wicked. I haven't forgotten you


TOMORROW: Thursday Arch Series.

6 comments:

Olivier said...

beau contrasme avec le ciel.

PJ said...

The Saint Louis skyline is an interesting composite of so many kinds of architecture and then when you add in the contrail, it's like a flourish on a signature.

I saw Fuller when I was in college, he had a rather regal bearing, like landed English gentry. As for the dome, are you bringing home a little sister/brother for Archie? It could be the beginnings of a magnificent croquet field. Now, for the mallet...

Virginia said...

Nice perspective with these buildings today Bob. Don't worry about us. We will be right here blogging away when your work load eases up. It will ease up one day right? Lot of driving lately for you. I am not envious of that!

King of New York Hacks said...

thats the building I drove my taxi through...small world. LOL

JM said...

That's a fantastic composition! Great photo!

Aaron X said...

cool