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November 03, 2005

Sunset, 11/03/05

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Saying farewell to the sun.  

Posted by john at November 3, 2005 06:14 PM

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James Goodman | November 3, 2005 06:55 PM

Ah, wow...that is a beautiful sunset. Nicely done.

Ian McWalter | November 3, 2005 10:44 PM

I read the occasional random blog, which is how I came accross your site by hitting "I'm feeling lucky" on Google.

Most seem to be trite to the point they make your president appear a veritable mental giant!

Its refreshing to see that you can view the issue of current "Americian" foreign policy as being flawed, but also maintain a degree of objectivity and not descend into rant, cant and dogma.

You put a good face to the USA

yours randomly

Ian

Paul | November 4, 2005 09:09 AM

Your new site design squeezes the margins just enough to cut off the edges of some of the pictures you put up. Just so you know...

John Scalzi | November 4, 2005 09:17 AM

Depends on the browser and the display settings (and the size of the picture). Most of the pictures I make no larger than 450 pixels, but this one is 475, so it may clip at resolutions lower than 1024x768.

Sal Towse | November 5, 2005 12:49 AM

Nice pic, Scalzi. Liked this one. You have a knack for capturing a moment.

I've been using a photograph you posted eons ago as my wallpaper. The pic is a view out toward the back of your place, iirc. Graceful trees, soft grass, puffy clouds in a blue-blue sky. The photo has a feel of timelessness, of a place out of time. The vibe is the sort I generally get from a Chris Van Allsburg illustration.

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