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24 May 2011
After seeing the recent upswing in geologic LOLcat activity, I couldn’t resist adding a few of my own. My kitties (the old guard and my addition to the family) are helping with some trip planning for an upcoming research stint in Los Alamos, NM. Naturally, this involves trying to prevent me from doing the planning in the first place. Sabrina is especially good at strategic positioning: Another technique is “distraction …
20 February 2011
The weather in Buffalo this weekend has gone from warm and rainy to windy and snowy to tolerably cold and sunny, with potential for more ickiness tomorrow, but for someone who likes to be warm and comfy on the weekends this doesn’t make for fantastic hiking conditions. So I decided to photograph some extremely local outcrops (otherwise known as “the ones inside the apartment, where there is heat”). None of these are actually on my desk, but I think they count as “deskcrops” (outcrops that are no longer in-situ and have often experienced extreme geographical displacement).