Utah: Great Salt Lake
Camping and observing near Spiral Jetty.
Lisa and I had the Golden Mermaid.
Nakashima at the List Gallery.
Donald Judd House at 101 Spring Street
Surreptitious photo of the Flavin bedroom on the top floor of 101 Spring Street. Great windows throughout:
Bartram's Garden: the oldest ginkgo tree in North America
Polly Apfelbaum at Tyler Contemporary
Polly Apfelbaum's For the Love of Gene Davis at Tyler Contemporary in July, 2014.
Visiting Daniel in Amherst
van de Kamp Observatory after a storm
Munich for a BinaMicS meeting
England to Turkey, May-June 2013
With Linda and Ira to England.
A day in Amsterdam to wash my laundry.
To Rhodes, Greece for Massive Stars: from Alpha to Omega, with Bess arriving at the end of the week.
And then on to Bodrum, Turkey and Istanbul.
Hamburg, visit to the Sternwarte
Alpana Bawa and Dan Flavin
Foz do Iguacu, Brazil
Circumstellar Dynamics at High Resolution in Foz do Iguacu.
February 2010: picking up my Brazilian visa in Manhattan
Food and drink
Photos by Chris Taylor.
Seattle for the AAS
In the Emerald City.
Paris in July
IAU 272 symposium on active OB stars. Plus, duck and foie gras.
Trees on campus
X-ray spectroscopy meeting in Utrecht, Holland
Went to a meeting here for a few days in March, 2010.
Polly Apfelbaum at the Locks Gallery
The prints in the exhibit are powerful - the cell phone camera doesn't do them justice. Here's a glimpse of the process.
MiMeS2: Paris, May 2009
At the Paris Observatory for the Magnetism in Massive Stars meeting.
Anna made this logo for herself in her graphic design class. Can you see her initials in it? Update: Check out her couch drawing, too.
Bess and Lucas
A picture nearly every day.
Cool star, hot star
From the Monterey Aquarium, visited during the Atomic Processes in Plasmas meeting.
Okapi and Tapir
The London Zoo? Or Eric's office?
Thanksgiving, 2008. The Mayan ruins reminded me of this truck.
At the beach
Baked by my friend Julie.
Kauai in December for IAU 250: Massive Stars as Cosmic Engines.
Germany in June and the Pacific Northwest in July.
New animals in the house
Art and food; what my father always liked.
World Cup 2006: Germany
Si se puede! Ecuador in Germany.
Telephone sheep, felted squid, plush hairy lobster.
I'm still getting used to the Calder in its new location. I like the way the orange-edged volleyball net frames it (you can zoom in on the photo).
Anna's new cell phone and Bess's new Pumas
(and a mentor) at the American Astronomical Society meeting in Washington, January 2006
We have some new artwork from Barrie
My colleague and friend Eric and I...
...in the ever-popular artistic medium of the cake portrait. Larger versions [1 and 2]. (Credit to Blair Reaser and Jennifer Yee.) And while we're at it, how about my mother-in-law's name in lights?
I saw my old friend Keivan at the Keck Symposium in Middlebury
You can view a larger version.
we had black swallowtail butterflies in the garden
Then we noticed their caterpillars in the herb garden, on the parsley and on the rue. Do you have caterpillars you need to identify?
Telluric Sideboard from the defunct Nest
summer 2005: our trip to Los Angeles
outside my window, spring 2005
went to a presentation by the House Industries guy at DWR with Sara and Paul
the current state of the Swatch collection
our friend Michael McClatchy made us a concrete and metal coffee table
They Might Be Giants played at Swarthmore
Camera batteries died after just two pictures, but these pictures do seem to capture the essence of the concert.
we went to see The Gates in Central Park
David's folded paper and lights project
we had some people over for New Years Eve
Michael was wearing his new outfit
Bess warming up with some Boggle
Rachel and Anna
We wrote down things that happened in each month of 2004