maybe the heat was getting to me, but looking back at my photos from the Tucson Zoo, I found a lot like this. . . I call this, “a study of canopies.”

While in Boston, we stopped by the Harvard Museum of Natural History and discovered some lovely fake nature. No clue what I was aiming my phone at here. Although I liked how the antelope and varmints at the end of the hallway, all seemed to be going in the same direction, as if they’re heading to a meeting.

Girl in pink shirt running in front of San Felipe de Neri church.

There’s nothing deep or intentional here. She just ran across while I was shooting.

Lousy photo of the Dushanbe Tea House. . . I was trying to capture both the ceiling and the carved pillars. Total fail. . . My caption for this photo: “Dude, there are no cheat codes for planet Earth.”

A lousy photo of Walden Pond.

“You must love the crust of the earth on which you dwell more than the sweet crust of any bread or cake; you must be able to extract nutriment out of a sand heap.” HDT