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America's Best Idea Just Got Better

In our current political climate we continue to applaud those who stand up to for science, nature and culture. It’s been particularly heartening to watch the  384 more words

Conservation Tourism

Photoessay: Shipwreck Exploration

This is a quick story about a local shipwreck right here in Los Angeles.  Yes, I said Los Angeles.  Wow that must have grabbed many people’s attention and it did mine as well when I first heard about it. 251 more words


March; 05

Abstract. I suppose a very subjective term indeed in non academic or academic sense. How does it trigger the emotion/connection from the viewers? I also suppose it depends on composition, available light/shadow and contrast photographically speaking (not that I am a expert on the matters). 70 more words


Cosmos: Old School (2001) - part fifteen

First, I showed you the ‘Officially-licensed Cosmos board game’ (2000, Part Nineteen)…. so now it’s time for its partner-in-crime: the Cosmos 2001 calendar! Although created – by obvious necessity – in late 2000, the mere fact that it was intended for use in the following year means I can present it now and still have it be relevant! 402 more words

Remember to Explore: Carsington Water

Another week, another adventure! This time we jumped in the car on a Saturday afternoon and decided last minute to head out to Carsington Water. I haven’t been there in years. 120 more words



WARNING – This post contains spoilers for Mass Effect: Andromeda. Check out the Mass Effect website for more information on the game.

No update yesterday because I’ve had vertigo for the past two days, so only played a couple of short bursts. 850 more words

Mass Effect: Andromeda

Key West, Chapter One

We left Stock Island in the morning to move to the Key West Marina, Galleon.  Our new friend and slip neighbor, Darrin, came over to help us with our lines as we cast off.   1,568 more words