And they control our country. :o :o :o
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Back in July I saw the singer Jonny Lang up at the Minnesota Zoo. They have a Summer series of concerts after hours in the little ampitheater where they hold their bird shows.
Jonny Lang is kind of combination of Rock and Blues.
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The neighborhood has gotten a bit sketchy (notice they have a barbed wire fence around their parking area), but I had to get photos of this important building.
Milo S. Ketchum, Jr. was an engineer and thin concrete shell innovator. In 1953, he needed a larger office for his engineering firm Ketchum, Konkel & Hasting. This building was Ketchum's design (I suspect he may have worked with architect Thomas E. Moore but have not confirmed this). The tall north windows allowed plenty of natural light, without shadows or glare, for drafting. I was very pleased to see that another architectural-construction firm now uses this building.
I hope you enjoy...
1. Are your parents married or divorced?
Mom and dad were married for over 50 years when mom passed away.
2. Are you a vegetarian?
Not even close. I LOVE meat. :p
No question No. 3? :o
4. Have you ever come close to dying?
I don't think I have.
They say the good die young, and apparently I am too wicked. :p
5. What jewelry do you wear?
Earrings, Until There's a Cure bracelet, and a watch. Occasionally a ring or two.
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the Aspark Owl; 1396
© Bill Pusztai 2017
Well, I'm in Europe. Frankfurt right now. It's all a bit overwhelming, largely due to the jetlag which is really kicking my ass. We have completed shooting the auto show and spent some time yesterday sightseeing.
Frankfurt, pollarded sycamores by the river; 6350
© Bill Pusztai 2017
I have been fortunate to travel many places. Some of the places have been interesting while others have been spectacular. We visited some at just the right time. Now those places are in conflict or not safe to visit. Turkey is in turmoil. Egypt is dangerous. We saw Tunis before terrorists shot up the Bardo Museum. We visited Russia at a time when the US was less at odds with Moscow.
I wish all the places were as peaceful as this cloister in Venice.
The Sundial a wonderful decoration. It made blank walls have interest.
Built in 1885, Emerson is the oldest remaining elementary school building in Denver. It was designed by Colorado’s first master architect, Robert Roeschlaub, who became well known for his designs for educational institutions. It was the first Denver school to incorporate space for an in-house library and had the first PTA in the Denver district, as well as the first student council. The Emerson School served as a Denver public school for nearly 100 years, finally closing in 1979.