Singles. Not albums. These are the one-offs and the B-sides.
Singles or blog. Whichever word you are comfortable with.
In June Wyatt and I bagged our first 10k+ peak - 11,303 ft Comanche Peak in #newmexico at #philmontscoutranch. This was one of three during that trip.
According to Wikipedia, the root system of the colony of Aspen is long-lived. In some cases, this is for thousands of years, sending up new trunks as the older trunks die off above ground. For this reason, it is considered to be an indicator of ancient woodlands. One such colony in Utah, given the nickname of "Pando", is estimated to be 80,000 years old.
Wired.com released this article on Soviet-era photography as shown at the Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography. I though was really interesting how the political atmosphere heavily influenced the work right down to the composition. It's worth a few minutes to read and flip through the slideshow.
On a current note, I was struck by this 1297 photo by Boris Ignatovich and it's "archistract" nature. What was old is now new again.
In years past in Cub Scout Pack 318 the scouts are encouraged to sell popcorn by rewarding high sellers by allowing them to throw a cream pie in the face of the Cubmaster. This year there was a "election" between the Cubmaster Corey Schwab and the Webelos II Den Leader Marty Cherup - whoever received the most votes from the scouts got the pies in their face. There was a fierce campaign by each to get the other person "elected" including such things as picket lines, chants, and bribery.
In the end and after many laughs, Corey was elected and took over one hundred pies from the scouts.
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