So, it isn’t another lake picture, but it is another zeppelin picture. But how often do you get to see a zeppelin anyway? I caught this shot as I came around Wiley Post airport on my ride into work. It is quite a spectacle though I didn’t get any pictures about which I was particularly pleased.
Category: Project 365
The martian landscape of Lake Hefner continues to provide photographic opportunities. Today, I caught the world’s largest zeppelin, The Farmers Airship, taking a lap around the lake. The airship is on a cross-country tour with a day stop off here in the city before heading off to Texas. You can get more details here.
The scissor-tailed flycatcher ground art in the foreground is a project of the architecture firm upstairs from us, Rees Associates.
So today is my 35th birthday and it’s on one’s birthday that you start seeking new projects. I’ve been trying to figure out what to do with this site for quite some time. I’m still thoroughly bored with politics and I’m not really any the mood to rant about much else these days. The only thing I’ve missed lately is photography so I’ve decided to take on my own personal Project 365 and figured this site is the best place to host it. So for those looking for rants and ravings, sorry, you will instead get photos and more photos.
I do plan on doing some writing project over here soon but for the near term, expect more photos than anything else. Let me know what you think . . .