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.
I’ve been told that it can snow in Almaty through April and even sometimes in May.
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.
Packages coming to K’stan undergo a lot.
It has been a long spring allowing the flowers to bloom and bloom and bloom. The lilac bushes (and trees) have had a good run but now are almost gone.
It’s the weirdest thing, I don’t remember there even being lilacs on campus – or in my apt complex for that matter – last year!
Last weekend, we had our annual institutional conference. And on that Saturday, the Office of Student Affairs organized a campus Nauryz celebration (a bit belated since Nauryz was officially celebrated during March 21-26 but better late than never).
Last week, our campus had a modern languages and cultures festival.
My contribution to this week’s photo challenge? A montage of “pink moments” where pink is a little broadly defined.
My past roommates always knew if I went to the grocery store because there was some weird product(s) on the counter or in the fridge that wasn’t there when they left for the day.