..if you’re in awe of something, you usually take a snap of it (well, that’s what i would do).. it’s more or less the reason how i got into photography..
..i just saw the mythbuster episode where adam savage rode the blue angel jet in preparation for an experiment they’re doing, so i decided to post this in mono..
..i’ve kept most of my winter clothes, but had to bring some of them out again.. wtfff..
Kymulga Mill & Covered Bridge are two locally owned historic landmarks located at Kymulga Park in Talladega County, Alabama, United States. Both structures, dating back to the American Civil War, were restored in 1974 and were listed on the National Register of Historic Places on October 29, 1976. The Childersburg Heritage Committee purchased the tract in 1988, and with help from the Alabama Historical Commission and the Talladega County Commission, established Kymulga Park. More structural renovations were made as well. There is an admission charge to visit the park, with proceeds being used for upkeep of all structures and nature trails within this historic recreation area.
..how cool would it be if there were a blue angel 9 and it took the 5 position? 😀
..this bug was sticking to the windshield the whole trip..
*looks like a hug bug about to pounce on you, eh?
..gas price back then was 30c/gal..
..just like a ship’s bow..
..the sears/willis tower looking more like an old robot..
..like a submarine’s turret, the trump tower looms over chicago..
..moving on to the non-fisheye scenes from the tour..
*well whad’ya know, i’m working from home again.. 😀
..good time to head to the parks..
..i’ll always remember them as the corcob buildings..
Marina City is a mixed-use residential/commercial building complex occupying an entire city block on State Street in Chicago, Illinois. It lies on the north bank of the Chicago River in downtown Chicago, directly across from the Loop district. The complex consists of two high rise corncob-shaped 65-story towers (including five-story elevator and physical plant penthouse), at 587-foot (179 m) tall. It also includes a saddle-shaped auditorium building, and a mid-rise hotel building, all contained on a raised platform adjacent to the river. Beneath the raised platform at river level is a small marina for pleasure craft, giving the structures their name.
..since i didn’t have a hazmat on hand, i’ve been working from home since yesterday, it’s not as easy as it looks.. 😀
..here’s a landmark to know roughly where this was taken..
The Michigan Avenue Bridge (officially DuSable Bridge) is a bascule bridge that carries Michigan Avenue across the main stem of the Chicago River in downtown Chicago, Illinois, United States. The bridge was proposed in the early 20th century as part of a plan to link Chicago’s south side and north side parks with a grand boulevard. Construction of the bridge started in 1918, it opened to traffic in 1920, and decorative work was completed in 1928. The bridge provides passage for vehicles and pedestrians on two levels; it is an example of a fixed trunnion bascule bridge, which is also known as a “Chicago style bascule bridge”. The bridge is included in the Michigan–Wacker Historic District and has been designated as a Chicago Landmark.
..this was probably the best way to view the architecture without any effort..
..let’s go on a trip along the chicago river..
..we went to an IndyCar race event last weekend and got a lot of shots that i’ll be dumping on flickr later, despite not being the frontrunner, i liked this one maybe because of the color combination.. it was driven by sebastien bourdais from lotus dragon racing team..
Dragon Racing is an IZOD IndyCar Series team owned by Jay Penske, the Chairman and CEO of Penske Media Corporation (PMC).
..the ship’s giant emblem(?)