Sunset the other way round
Looking east at 5:15 p.m.
Odds and ends
Thanks for the comment on my photo, Susan! These words from an excellent photographer like yourself… I’m honored.
Oh ja, und bei Gerd fand ich auch einen Link zu Software für das eigene Weblog. Ganz brauchbarer Artikel.
A different way to search the net
map.net: “The entire Internet is now on a map of Antarctica.” You can click on any of the categories and get to a new page which shows undercategories and sites that fit in the general category. Cool!
Featured today: The Proclaimers!
Do you remember I’m gonna be (500 Miles)?
“But I would walk 500 miles
And I would walk 500 more
Just to be the man who walked a thousand miles
To fall down at your door”
It was in the soundtrack of Benny & Joon in 1993 and was a hit five years after the Proclaimers released it on their second album, “Sunshine on Leith”, in 1988.
I rediscovered their third album, “Hit the Highway” (1994), this morning when I heard “I’m gonna be” on the radio, and I found I still like it a great deal. The Proclaimers’ music is described as folk pop, or Scottish pop. I think what I like about their music is that the voices of Charlie and Craig Reid, who are twin brothers, blend together so well, and their Scottish accent! There are a few slow songs on the album, but I prefer the louder, more “proclaiming” ones, like “Follow the money”, “Don’t turn out like your mother” or “Shout Shout” – and of course “I’m gonna be”.
They are about to release their next (fourth) album, and you can download “No particular Place To Go” as mp3 from their site.