A collection of distilled sarcastic wisdom, numerous photographs, discussions of books and stuff to learn and more stuff to think about from a retired economics professor turned blogger and photographer.
Here are a few more of the additional 65 photos I took after I swore off taking more photos of the mountains and clouds. But, just think, if I had not taken them, would we have known what the clouds and the mountains looked like on a Sunday afternoon before we took a nap?
The building on the right is the Wyoming Territorial Prison. The prison was converted to the University of Wyoming dairy facility where cows were milked from the University herd and where milk was processed. And that is where I helped milk the morning milk at 4:30 a.m. three days a week for one quarter when I was as freshman at the University of Wyoming.
Here are three more cloud and mountain pictures I vowed I wouldn't take yesterday afternoon. But, just think, if I hadn't taken and posted them, these three photos wouldn't be hanging out there in cyberspace for anyone in the world to look at or post to Pinterest boards. So, am I addicted to the clouds and taking pictures of them? Maybe.
I looked out at the clouds yesterday afternoon and spoke sternly to myself: No, I said, you are not taking more pictures of clouds and mountains. You already have 20 million at least and you haven't even developed or processed 90% of them. So, no more pictures. What are you, addicted to clouds and mountains? The answer is, apparently, yes I am addicted, since I took another 90 pictures. Now what to do with them all? I'll share a few.