On Monday I’ll be posting one of the most fun blog posts I’ve done in quite some time. It was a real hoot putting it together, and it will even feature my very first YouTube video. I’m hoping to produce more YouTube videos in the future to incorporate into my blog, so please let me know if you enjoy this one. Anyway, Monday I’ll be presenting an article on some very famous Western weapons that starred in late ’50s thirty-minute black-and-white Westerns, particularly the highly modified Winchester Model 1892 lever-action rifles used in The Rifleman and Wanted: Dead or Alive.
And here’s a preview of that video:
Sunset Leaving Port Vila
Next week we’ll be taking a brief break from this voyage to present a series on Christmas lights, including how to photograph them. But for now here is today’s Fun Photo Friday of various Vanuatu sights:
Meh . . . What’s Up, Dock?
Floating on Glass
Everyone calls it the Olympic Park, but the official name for the area in which the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympic Games were held is officially Olympic Green. Below you’ll see the Beijing National Aquatics Center, Beijing National Stadium (also known as the Bird’s Nest), and other sights remaining at this former Olympic site. You’ll also see a very large dragon known as Pangu Park.
Doug at the Bird’s Nest
Bird’s Nest Panorama 1
Bird’s Nest Panorama 2
Ursula and the Bird’s Nest
Pangu Plaza Dragon