You probably don’t want to read another post of how I’m busy and what not, and frankly I don’t want to write about it anymore.
So I was looking through my photostream this afternoon, I tend to do that when I’m overwhelmed – I step away, take a breather and I find that I’m not as stressed anymore.
Can you believe that I have over 13,000 pictures on flickr?
Don’t go looking at them though, most of them are crap.
But, look what I found… photos of the Vectorial Elevation, it seems so surreal seeing them now, because life has returned to normal and it looks like this happened someplace else.
I can’t wait to show these to my great nieces and nephews when I’m old and grey, telling them of the time when lights transformed the sky above the city.
I’d tell them about how every night, we’d all walk down to the beach and watch the lights work its magic in the sky.
They’d look at me; eyes confused and ask “why?” – they wouldn’t understand, electricity is different in the future.
I’d tell them it was art, it was fun and it was cool
They’d look even more confused and ask “What is ‘cool’?, Grandma E.”
I’d sit back in my rocking chair looking longingly into space, wondering when their parents would return from their vacation – to Neptune.
I just got back from my long weekend of beautiful scenic train rides, wild discoveries and relaxing times.
I came home, shut myself in and watched the LOST finale – I was happy with the way things ended, I even cried a little.
While I’m working on the pictures from this weekend, I’m posting these pictures from February.
Hope you like them…
These pictures were taken on the last day of the Olympics.
Minutes before the closing ceremony and moments before Canada just barely beat the US to take gold in hockey.
It was a tense game, the hockey-types called it one of the best games ever.
The streets were electrifying, the kind of patriotism I saw on the streets was unlike anything I’ve ever seen before.
I think we’ll be talking about it for years.