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If you look really closely, the clouds in the second photo spell out dago.
Hmmm those two erect things jutting at the Statue of Liberty are ominously like penises threatening the symbol of freedoms. Could it be a diabolical plan to subliminally make us think that we as a nation are about to be f**ked? Just think of the strategy and time it took to position these just in the right angle.Who could possibly have done this?
It looks like a ship arriving too late to save a drowning witch, to me.
Columbus was a DagoWho with the help of a Spic queenDiscovered America the ever unfoldingBy a Frog's loving tribute daily overseen.
It's 6 p.m. Do you know where your statue is?
It's the statue of limitations.
"If you look really closely, the clouds in the second photo spell out dago."Sorry but I've been looking at too many things too closely all day today. I need a break. Besides, why would they do that? Call me nebulously dangerous or dangerously nebulous, but I think those clouds are nothing more than cumulus congestus incompetus.
Wait a minute. Wait just a dog gone minute.SOME of those clouds...are suspiciously(how shall I say this?)not white.
A picture is worth a thousand words.Hillary a Satanist
I'm happy that the Sun is setting almost on top of Lady Liberty again. Spring is imminent.
Nicely done; you are getting good at this Althouse.Cordially,Uncle J
Those are all really stunning - great pics.
Here I am in the middle of the Village - a bit to the right in the first photo - and I generally have no idea what the sunset looks like unless I go to althouse.blogspot.com. Heh. Some related casual photos here, though...
Nice pics, especially the last one.Sadly, the comment thread is full of bad jokes badly rendered.Really bad.
Kim, your pic here is appealing too. :)
Hey Steverino, when you post some jokes you can critize. Other wise blow it out your ass.Respectfully, your Pal, Trooper York.
Thanks, Simon. Unfortunately, I'm starting to feel like I need a 10.5mm fisheye. I suppose that should be the least of my problems, considering how amazing the Nikon D3 has turned out to be...
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