From Wired: “This mosaic of 53 images shows the different composition of rocks on the moon’s surface. Blue and orange colors represent lava flows, bright pink areas are highlands, and light blue colors indicate recent impact material with the youngest craters showing blue rays extending away from them.”
I meant to post this before September ended, but I guess the beginning of October is just as good.
Here are a few shots of my life in September. It started with a trip to the Valley (San Joaquin, not of the Sun or Silicon), and ended with cold, foggy weather. Insert a few random work events, five trips to Palo Alto, two Pumpkin Spice Lattes and Salted Carmel Cake Pops from Starbucks (I wasn’t a huge fan), and some crazy weather and you basically have my September.
Well hello there sunshine and warm weather, San Francisco sure has missed you. Today is a very warm day in San Francisco, almost hot even. San Franciscans know that September is one of the nicest months in the city; we get a nice Indian summer that warms the city and gives us perfectly clear skies. In fact all last weekend was gorgeous–I spent Sunday hiking the Lands End Trail at the northern most point of San Francisco under a cloudless sky (more on that later).
If you can’t tell, I have an affinity for the Transamerica Pyramid. I also happen to work around the corner from it. I went out for coffee this afternoon and couldn’t help but snap a pic of the building against the blazing sun.
Today the skies are clear in San Francisco! I snapped this on my way back from lunch. I was going to apply a fun effect to it with my Instagram-wannabe Android app picplz, but the blue sky was so pretty and bright that I didn’t want to alter the picture.