- Sun, 11:30: I took this picture ten years ago today, of the site that had been the old Twice Sold Tales location. It’s now the Capitol Hill Light Rail Station. https://t.co/xieOoFAct0
- Sun, 19:30: Okay! Well, it took a full calendar week for me to get it done, but I finally finished captioning all of the 410 photos from Danielle's and my travels last week, so I thought I would share links to them on my Flickr account here -- I thought perhaps Sean and Elise, the wedding couple I barely know (and perhaps even some of their Facebook friends who were there), might have at least some interest in my largely outsider perspective on their home town and region, which I very much enjoyed visiting.
Working backward through last weekend's travel destinations, then:
https://bit.ly/2ItP3Tx -- Syracuse, New York (Friday-Sunday May 31 - June 2), three photo albums separated by theme: The City; The Rehearsal Dinner; The Wedding -- for which I joined Danielle at her invitation because she wanted a travel companion
https://bit.ly/2R1LAiV -- Niagara Falls (Thursday-Friday, May 30-31), four photo albums, separated by theme: Embassy Suites by Hilton; Journey Behind the Falls; Hornblower Cruise; Skylon Tower and American Falls
https://bit.ly/2wNKBJO -- Toronto (Tuesday-Thursday May 28-30), four photo albums, separated by theme: Maple Leaf Quay, the building where our AirBnB was located; The One Eighty 51st-floor nightclub and arrival evening; Toronto Islands and the PATH underground pedestrian tunnel network; CN Tower
Just a couple of final notes: actual captions can be read by clicking individual photos and scrolling up a little. There are also many shots with "notes" placed on the image of the photo itself (only when looking at the individual photo page); if you place the cursor over the image the "note" caption comes up. In most cases (but not all), this is just information about one high-rise building or another -- but it does apply to all three cities we visited, even Syracuse, which I found to have a downtown characterized by quite beautiful 19th-century architecture. Said "notes" can only be viewed this way on desktop computers, however; this feature on Flickr does not work on mobile devices.
- Mon, 05:32: RT @meganamram: Me staying in my lane during Pride https://t.co/cmIiGgCSXu