I think it's visually stunning, especially when you load the animation.Of course, I went to Architecture school, and if you haven't guessed by the orientation of this blog, am a visually oriented person.
Eric King, of Eugene, Oregon went for a stroll on the beach Monday morning. He wasn't aware the tide was coming in until it was too late.
Luckily for him, he had a rock to stand on and a cell phone to call for help
"I don't really know how tides work," Eric said. "I was under the impression, which might be pretty ignorant of me, but I was under the impression that the moon had the major thing to do with the tides, so I thought tides were high at night. But, apparently, they have high tides during the day, too."
I been standin' on the rock, waitin' for the wind to blow I been standin' on the rock, waitin' for the wind to blow I been standin' on the rock, waitin' for my seeds to grow
What was the Tillermandoing when this photo was taken? What did Baydog have for lunch, and what happened to Savory? Did Bonnie lick the ground because she thought it was full of shaved ice? Where is the great and mysterious "O?"
Food for fish on Fridays? Joe, Joe, Joe, why are you so negative? Sharks are misunderstood; they're gentle and playful. I think I'll jump in and swim with them.From the deepest reaches of my paleo brain something screams out to me and it doesn't say sharks are playful, more like hungry!