This shot is from a plane as we crossed the border back into the USA (formerly the home of the brave, now apparently the home of the terrified). For those who believe in the efficacy of walls, this might be a bit distressing.
For the rest of us, I hope you find it liberating.
Our best friends are moving out of their gorgeous Riverside Drive apartment (to another beautiful apartment further uptown). They asked me to come by and shoot it for the memory files which I did 20 minutes ago. Those pics are for them but, they also have a spectacular view of the Hudson River. I’m heading out of town in 20 minutes so did not have a lot of time to work on anything but here is one pic from a 60 mph, 50 degree day.
“Well, here at last, dear friends, on the shores of the Sea comes the end of our fellowship in Middle-earth. Go in peace! I will not say: do not weep; for not all tears are an evil.”
I have been reading a lot about this concept over the past six months. The most recent was just today in the New Yorker. Don’t worry, I am not going to write a 10 page essay explaining the theory. Here is the link to the New Yorker article speaking about it.
I have been walking around NYC a lot and came across an art work that brought the concept to mind. It certainly looks like a classic sci-fi image of our programmers…
I am a parent. I have a wonderful child, a young adult, still in college, who is committed to helping his fellow citizens, friends, strangers. His goal in life is to help individuals who need help. He is Trans. If you are truly my friend, you will write, call, visit everyone in any position of power, every public servant ( i.e our employees) to get this changed. If you approve of this move by the person who sits in the Oval Office, please defriend/delink/de whatever me. Please leave. If you can not accept my child as the person he is, I do not want you here.
Thank you to all who I know are as outraged as I am. #resist#fightback