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15 June 2012 @ 06:05 am
Friday Pix  
It's Friday, finally. Let's get it on!


It's good to know someone a lot like yourself



Go on, take a chance



Hitchin' a ride



I'd live there



Clarity



Thanks, I'll keep that in mind



Seriously, no one thought this should be changed?



Bee leaving its stinger behind



Chillin'



Oops



I love the geometric structures, here



Sometimes, you just have to dance



This makes me miss working for Xerox. Wait, no I don't.



Maybe it's time to exercise and cut down on the tuna



If you need me, i'll be here



Watch that first slope, it's a doozy



This did not go as planned



Elephant love



Sneak attack



I'd be more than happy to soil this tissue



Open wide



Half-ton junk sculpture robot wine rack



Oh, shit



It's a child management system! It's cosplay! It's both!



Always be prepared



Congrats, you're both covered in Mercedes-Benz symbols.



I'd hate to have to mow the lawn.


Have a great weekend!
 
 
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Teri Smithkitchenqueen on June 15th, 2012 02:11 pm (UTC)
To be fair, the Crappie Picnic Area does look crappy.
Mari Adkinsmariadkins on June 15th, 2012 05:06 pm (UTC)
mari concurs
Staxstaxxy on June 15th, 2012 05:53 pm (UTC)
those geometric structures are basalt. The stone's crystalline structure forms in columns at every level, like that. If you hit one of those columns with a metal hammer, they ring like giant bells because of the high iron content. It's cool as hell. I love basalt columns for that.
numerauko on June 15th, 2012 06:03 pm (UTC)
That is just ridiculously awesome.
Staxstaxxy on June 15th, 2012 06:16 pm (UTC)
I have always thought so too. We have a lot of basalt in this state, and that is this weird bit of trivia I picked up in a geology class I took from the university.
Steve Hutchisonfoomf on June 15th, 2012 07:24 pm (UTC)
That lawn is generally mowed by SHEEPS.

Dasani Fail, even more than the usual fail of paying $1.50/bottle for tap water.

I would also live in that tree house, but I would probably want to paint it, or at least stain it with something to protect the wood of the house part, as long as it wasn't toxic to the tree. Especially, I like the rocking chair, but I would probably want to not have a fireplace. In keeping with the naturally solar-powered tree, I'd probably want to set up a solar charge-and-store system.

Which now has me thinking about genetic engineering of trees with solar panel leaves...
sassy_54sassy_54 on June 16th, 2012 05:00 pm (UTC)
Wonderful set this week! That last picture fills me with longing to be there... Seriously stunning.