If you're keeping up with my Christmas list, I have now removed "drone" from the wish list and wish to add "gyrocopter." I mean, because being 6' 5" doesn't quite get me high enough to see everything. And it would be so handy for those quick trips to Washington, D.C.
I would like to decorate my entire hallway with old concert posters like this one for the greatest performer in country music history...even better than Lady Antipasto or whatever.
Speaking of country music, this reminded me of the line in the song "You're From Texas": "You've got a smile like an acre of sunflowers, and your eyes are bluebonnet blue..." It also reminds me, I would like a nice steak.
This could be the Lincoln Memorial, photographed in maybe 1953, or a recreation of it in Havana, photographed last week. The old American cars still on the road in Cuba fascinate me, and I'm sure with trade being opened with "our neighbors just 90 miles off the coast of Florida", they will soon be able to purchase Chevrolets and Fords. How nice for the Cubans.
That's the title of the picture - "Tea Time on the Yamal Peninsula." I love tea. It really is the perfect afternoon pick-me-the-hell-up-before I fall asleep drink, and I was about the same age as these kids when I found that out!
And then, they found a way to take pictures of New York at two different times around the clock. I think you'll agree, it's as different as night and day.
This young man in Burma gets light to read by when the sun is at the right angle.
Here's the thing to say when you return from your trip to England and your friends ask if you saw the Whitecliffs of Dover. You go, "See them? We had dinner with them on Wednesday!"