Nico the flirty Beluga Whale. Georgia Aquarium
Fourth of July, Atlanta's Centennial Park fireworks celebration.
A rare, but beautiful, snowy morning in Georgia.
South Beach, Miami, Florida
I love cows.
Thrift store finds
Sunset, Rincon, Puerto Rico
Spring blooms, Atlanta Botanical Garden
Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Trio in Black and White
Caribbean Sea, Westpunt, Curacao
Orchid, Atlanta Botanical Garden
Water Lilies, Atlanta Botanical Garden
Morrison Springs, Ponce de Leon, Florida
Water Droplets, Atlanta Botanical Garden
Sunrise, Ponce de Leon, Florida
Beautiful Blooms, Atlanta Botanical Garden
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Tuesday, November 20, 2007
I'd yet to visit the aquarium, so I was really excited when that's what we ended up doing. The displays are great! I ended up with a few good photos, so I thought I'd post them.
This is probably my favorite of the ones I took. These are sea nettles, those painful jellyfish that sting and sting. Anyone who's ever visited the Atlantic Ocean has seen these! But, aren't they pretty when they can't get you!
I ended up with two pretty good photos of the whale sharks on display. The aquarium has four, and I have no idea which two I have pictures of.
I was really amazed at how big they are. I could've stood and watch the Ocean Voyager tank all freakin' day! There were so many beautiful fish!
And, how about this big grouper! Wouldn't you just like to grill him up?
Here are the beluga whales! When we first walked up they were being fed, thus the reason their heads are out of the water!
I really look forward to going back.
After the aquarium, we walked around Centennial Olympic Park for a bit and checked out the Christmas decorations. Afterwards, we drove over to the Highlands and had dinner at Eclipse de Sol. She and I had a nice dinner with some wine, and just sat and talked for a couple of hours. Being able to hang out with the two of them really has me looking forward to my trip to New York in January. Not too much longer!
Saturday, November 10, 2007
So, RIP my fun little Razr, you will be missed:
What new phone did I buy, you ask? I picked up the Blackberry Pearl 8130 Smartphone. How much do I love this phone! I can send and receive emails, pictures, text messages, download music and videos, browse around online (Hey now, there is nothing wrong with wanting to check out Surviving Grady while on the road!), and use the messenger service to chat. It also has a handy calendar, video and digital camera, and GPS! Best of all, it's barely bigger than a deck of card . . . seriously.
Here is my little technological wonder:
Isn't it pretty!