Happy New Year!
On red eye flights, there is usually this period of time (assuming nature allows), when the moon is still high in the sky but there is this light cracking on the horizon. And slowly, a slew of colors emerge and one enters into a new day. I enjoyed watching that period on this flight and …
All in all, a great start to the four day “work-end” — tomorrow will be a fun-filled day of reading, marking, and more reading.
A month ago, I stopped over in Chicago on my way to a conference to spend some quality time with family and friends.
I’ve been told that it can snow in Almaty through April and even sometimes in May.
Scattered throughout the Middle East and North Africa are monuments that stand as reminders both to man’s ingenuity and brutality as recorded in world history.
That brief window between sunrise and moonset.
It’s not out of the frying pan into the fire, it’s from one wintry clime to a polar vortex (or what most other people call, winter). But winter, summer, spring, fall… I love Chicago. 🙂
A colleague of mine and I submitted a grant application which was accepted. Our team spent a week in Oslo for training and orientation.
The rooftops at Kyungbok Palace were shaped to mimic and continue the slope of the mountain behind it. Man-made buildings and nature living in harmony. A juxtaposition of sorts.
Just posted some pictures from my quick trip to Pavlodar back in December over on Tumblr.
What’s in a name? Everything…
This week’s photo challenge is “horizon” and I thought these pics of Charyn Canyon fit the bill nicely.