Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Solar System in Perspective

The Earth is really really small in the overall scheme of things. So why do I think I'm so important?

Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Friday, January 27, 2006

Pennsic By Night

I've never been to Pennsic, and I'm not sure if I ever will. My daughter, who got me into this whole SCA thing, has gone off and joined the Marines. It's not the same without her. Photos from Pennsic By Night

Friday, January 20, 2006

The Infinite Cat Project

A cat watching a cat watching a cat watching a cat ... The Infinite Cat Project

Friday, January 13, 2006

Too Cute


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Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Wildland Fire

Photo by John McColgan, a fire behavior analyst working for USDA Forest Service, on August 6, 2000, east fork of the Bitterroot River where it crosses under Hwy 93 near Sula, Montana.
Pic from the Montana 2000 fire season, 2000 taken by the Incident Management Team. Photographer K. Wattenmaker
No info on this pic.
The Stream Fire, started by a lightning strike on 07/25/01 in heavy timber near Antelope Lake in the Plumas NF. Photographer unknown.
This picture is of firefighter's dad driving past a wall of flame during the Florida firestorm in '98.
Pine Fire, Los Angeles County, July, 2004. It was during the firing operation that these occurred. Photos compliments of Eric Scovel. More pics at

Monday, January 09, 2006

Latte Art Championships

These pics are from Nederlands Championship for Latte Art 2005.

Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Incredible Ass

Got this pic from Reuters. Is this an incredible ass or what? You think she's wearing tight blue jeans but she's not -- that's a naked rear and a teeny tiny thong. Invert the colors of this picture in PhotoShop and you'll see the real thing. I envy this butt.

Two Headed Snake

This is We, a two-headed albino rat snake who lives at the World Aquarium in St. Louis. The aquarium has decided to sell the reptile. EBay bidding starts at $150,000. We is six years old, which is incredible because two-headed snakes usually don't live for more than a few months.