Another week gone by but this one is different! Welcome to the first week of 2016. It’s the week where you keep writing 2015 as the date. The week where you most frequently practice crossing out and initialing your mistakes! 🙂 It’s the week you have the most difficult time overcoming the urge to sleep in after a lazy year-end holiday. It’s the week that goes by so fast it’s like a fastball in weightlessness. Now that’s an interesting question! How fast is my fastball in weightless conditions? Any help?
So, a few photos from late last year taken at the epicenter of the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake, Mussel Rock Park in Daly City (just south of San Francisco). Ideas I have of weightless… the crazy paraglider taking off over the edge a 150-foot cliff, tiny seeds waiting to blow away with the wind, and the moon – hanging weightlessly over Pedro Point in Pacifica, California (taken from Skyline College in San Bruno, California). See Ben Huberman‘s Weekly Photo Challenge Here.
Have a beautiful weekend!
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