The conference hotel was surrounded by tulips. What an amazing flower. See how the lilies of the field grow. They do not labor or spin. Yet I tell you that not even Solomon in all his splendor was dressed like one of these.
The spot and view from where Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. gave the monumental “I have a dream” speech. It was surreal, because no one seemed to notice or take care it was there. I had to literally wait until people would stop crossing my path to take this picture. It felt like they were stepping on his message. How true are these words of his: “[W]e are challenged to rise above the narrow confines of our individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity.” ~Martin Luther King Jr. “Facing the Challenge of a New Age” (Speech in Dec. 1956)
Smithsonian Air and Space Museum. Above is the first successful Turboprop engine which powered the Vickers Viscount. Bottom is the Hughes H1 Flyer, which broke the world speed record (352 mph) in 1935.
Top, something missing??, Middle, gigantic outflow channels on Mars. Bottom, engineering test model of the Voyager series satellite, which according to Heavens Above, is 113 AU away from the sun (V1).
Copernicus knew the solar system didn’t revolve around him, the top picture show proof from his book Commentariolus. The Space Shuttle is currently on one of its last missions. Maybe we’ll go to Mars next!
Still haven’t had enough? Feel free to check out more of the photos I took here.