Gary, Indiana high school science classroom.
I’m still purging my old files out and finding something interesting here and there. I debated deleting this shot for a bit and then decided that I liked it well enough to inflict it upon all of you. Taken at the Field Museum in Chicago. For some strange reason I love the wildlife dioramas.
This is another photo rescued from the archives. Two layer selective stacking yields a better image than I could have produced with HDR, I suspect I may be on to something here.
From Chicago’s Chinatown neighborhood, a vertical lift rail bridge. Serves primarily (as far as I could tell) Amtrak and the local commuter rail service Metra.
A still sea of papers litter a former drafting classroom.
I’ve been sick for a few days now which is partly why I have been letting Tabula Rasa carry the blog. In the mean time I give you kittens, sick kittens in an isolation room. Which is where I currently belong, blarg.
Just for the record these kittens were found under a dumpster and are now healthy and happy in a loving home.
View from the east bank of the Chicago River.
A tugboat pushes a barge south through Chinatown.
Three overhead projectors (superimposa lumerarium) as seen traversing an icy plateau. The lead has called a momentary halt to the march as it turns to investigate the origin of some suspicious noises. The projectors have much to fear; almost extinct, they are easy prey for many scholastic predators.