John Waters’ Christmas Cards… special story, NYT 12/7/13
An animation of the hexagonal storm present on Saturn’s north pole. The hexagon is 30,000 kilometers across and has constant winds of more than 300 kilometers per hour. Images acquired by the Cassini spacecraft on December 10th, 2012.
Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. $1300.00
"with Modern Kitchen"
The Show Window.
Traveler’s Chapel, Alexandria, Louisiana, 1979
A spectacular electrical storms light up the Puyehue-Cordón Caulle range after the massive 8.8-magnitude Puyehue volcano erupted in Chile which had laid dormant for over half a century. The eruption belched an ash cloud more than six miles high over the Andes and cause a flurry of earth quakes. Photos by: Francisco Negroni | Flickr | 500px
The Pregerson interchange, a particularly hellish highway intersection.
Yamasaki in Minneapolis
Above, the Northwestern National Life building (1965) at Nicollet Mall and Washington Avenue
(Minoru Yamasaki designed the World Trade Center)