A couple years ago, I posted a collection of comics and other media in support of a theory I have. Time has passed, and the abuse has continued, so here are some more.
If you missed the original set, they are still waiting right here.
I would like to reiterate that NONE of these are my own work. (except as noted, only once so far) All rights remain with the respective owners.
This is a large (3849 x 1080 pixels) view from a helicopter over the Cooper River, looking towards Fort Moultrie and Sullivans Islan, SC. The image itself is a link to the fullsize version, or you could click here.
120926, Old White Meeting House Ruins and Cemetery, Summerville, SC. A page of photos submitted for the Wikimedia Commons image collections of places on the National Registor of Historic Places. 6 images, taken 25 September, 2012. Click here, or on the thumbnail below to go to this page.
While that page is the only one there for now, if things go according to plan, there will be a Table Of Contents page linking to other pages that have images I have contributed to Wikimedia Commons that you should be able to find here:
Wikimedia Commons Contributions Table of Contents page.
Posted 24 July 2012, from images acquired a day before.
I was working at the back door, and what I thought was a yellowjacket flew in the house. I managed to catch him with the Bugzooka, and decided to try an experiment by putting the capture part of the Bugzooka (with the subject in it) into the freezer while I set up the camera. The yellowjacket turned out to actually be a fly, but I took pictures anyway. You can see them by clicking here, or on this thumbnail.
Posted 14 March 2012, from images aquired a couple days earlier.
I saw a red bellied woodpecker trying to figure out how to get a peanut out of a feeder. You could almost see the gears in his little woodpecker head turning. Naturally I took a few pictures, and as usual, would like to expose you to them, along with my alleged witty captions. You can see them by clicking here, or on this thumbnail.
A facebook friend shared a link for the Internet Archive, recordings of a Grateful Dead show from Halloween of 1985. I was there. The recordings are excellent, but I could only see how to stream them, and I wanted to download, so I worked up a page of links to do that.