I took lots of pictures with the new picturer that you won't see in most tour (or even history) books. For instance, here is a picture of the Roman Colosseum:
That little chunk of quartz crystal predates even the building it boldly contributes to the cause of the continuum of support. Reminds me greatly of that wonderful William Carlos Williams poem, "El Hombre":
It's a strange courage you give me,
Shine alone in the sunrise,
toward which you lend no part!
And this is a shot of the beautiful Tiber (TEV-eh-ray in Italian):
(I thought of you, Joe, when choosing the pose.)
This is a really great opportunity for some CSI'ing.
So is this one. Are there a couple purses in there, perhaps?
I just expanded this one and, truth be known, I had no idea that guy was even in the shot.
Isn't that Ilya Kuriakin's partner down there?
"Hellooo? Mr. Solo! Mr. Vaughn? Is that you???"
Many more to come. More prosaic, I promise.