Applied Empirical Naturalism on a Microbiological Scale
Can anybody spare a life?
I could use a life, if anyone has a spare one lying around.
I do try to get out and wander around in The Big Room once in a while on weekends, though even then I don’t do enough of it. One might occasionally see pictures uploaded via my twitter feed when I am out wandering. Also occasionally my flickr page.
I really need to get some time when I’m not so dang tired to work on things. I’ve got a lot of projects I’d like to work on. I’ll try to post something more this weekend, but now, once again, Sleep calls me.
Good night, y’all.
The Author is (currently) an autodidactic student of Industrial and Environmental microbiology, who is sick of people assuming all microbiology should be medical in nature, and who would really like to be allowed to go to graduate school one of these days now that he's finished his BS in Microbiology (with a bonus AS in Chemistry).
He also enjoys exploring the Big Room (the one with the really high blue ceiling and big light that tracks from one side to the other every day) and looking at its contents from unusual mental angles.
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Very pretty picture! What did you take it with?
That was actually taken with my cellphone, though I did do some post-processing in The GIMP to shrink it down and enhance the color a bit.
I found that spot when I took the dog off the main trail to follow a series of arrow painted on trees leading into the woods. I never did figure out what they were supposed to be pointing towards, we found one last arrow at the end, and then just plain old woods behind it.
I ran into this bit of inlet from the lake as we wandered back towards the trail.
If the wind dies down a bit, I may take the dog for another walk in the woods today before it gets dark if there’s time.