[LMB] OT: Space: Some people are just lucky
A. Marina Fournier
saffronrose at me.com
Fri Jun 2 07:28:48 BST 2017
Hey, it's a good name--better than David Gerrold's "Fred" (no offense meant to Mr. Smith, or any other Freds who may read this) for anything the name of which he found annoying or unpronounceable (by him, that is).
Speaking of Freds, this is one I adore:
They are not per pound cheap, but the best darn steak I have ever eaten. If you like your meat more than medium rare, pass on this steak, because that would be a sin against nature. I couldn't tell the difference between the Prime version over the Choice, so we only bought it once. It is a favorite choice, as it were, of my son for his birthday. We have to buy two, because ArthurChow.
Supernova found--this is his ~third~
amazing hilltop discovery
The rainbow was in the Girdle of Venus
and speaking of the Belt/Girdle of Venus:
I've seen a skein of hand-dyed yarn that resembles this:
does this look like blood in the water to you?
Zodiacal light over Horshshoe Bend. Button over the sky for a directory of the stars shown
Imagine the center as a white moonstone with arcs of white topaz as a pendant. You can find similar nebulae designs at her Etsy shop AngelwearDesigns run by Angela Jones-Parker (redhead alert!), who runs the vendor room at NorWescon, and will run the one at ConJose next year. She is also usually found at Baycon, which is when I usually connect with her these days.
Shadowrise and Sunset: The road tracking through this stunning 360 degree view crosses a remote mountain area of Jämtland, Sweden.
Odd Structure Near Regulus
Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument The Master Builder was practicing for Devil's Tower (CE3K ref)
First Red Sprites Observed Over Central Europe in 2017
Bathtub Ring Around Lake Powell
Strange Windshield Frost
If the news is getting you, and you're not feeling all that happy, these might help give you some beauty in your day.
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