The Museum of Science and Industry is such a fun place for your senses. This is one example: your eyes are just overwhelmed by the proximity of the planes hanging (more like floating) from the ceiling.
shhhh…if you are very quiet you may see a certain photographer in his native mirrored habitat…
The best part of this afternoon’s visit to the Museum of Science and Industry was the mirror maze! It was totally disorienting, put you in an insecure, tenuous mode and, was sooooooo fun!!
I haven’t done any research, but someone has probably figured out the amount of people that, at any given time, are a part of the subterranean world of New York City. We are all going somewhere. We are all on the journey towards our destination and destiny, going this way, or, that way.
By this time of year the soybean fields are a beautiful green of such depth that they seem to be animated, especially when they are caressed by the winds and the green waves roll across the fields.
Here is a bit of a departure from all the recent black and white posts. Some of you may remember that I had a mishap with my motorcycle and a certain peacock earlier this summer. I am glad to say that the peacock was unharmed, the bike is repaired, and my scrapes healed up nicely, so, I am riding again!
Even on a rainy afternoon, it was still a spectacular view.