Walking at Work – Week 3
This one briefly, very briefly, made it to Flickr’s explore. This is the tree we were playing tag in . . . until fall number two. It was fun if ill advised. Ran into Pres. Rao on the way out to the photo safari, so I had to take a picture. I feel like someone asked them to admit something they were ashamed of.
I flew up to Boston on a plane that had enough turbulence to make people vomit on Friday night. The drive back on Sunday took 14 hours and was partially done in driving snow and high winds . . . and that’s why I forgot to post my weekly photos last week.
I needed a bit of redemption after last week’s pitiful showing. As a result, I spent a good bit more time in the morning and wandered back to some areas on Broad Street that I’d been neglecting. A random high school tour group was coming through our building. I got the chance to divert them into the maker space area. It probably ruined their entire schedule but they had a blast. This is one young lady using Jamie Mahoney’s letter press (which was a huge hit). This was a bit of a joke based on an image David found but when you run across a welcome mat in an alley . . . The video game learning area with Enoch Hale was a popular space. I just liked the color and geometry of this one. I thought they were taking a selfie. She saw me taking the picture and it led to an interesting conversation with both of them. Turns out they were showing pictures of their pets. I would have two more stranger portraits but it’s a company policy that they aren’t allowed to be photographed while wearing those shirts.