and sometimes other places
Our store, Annapolis, also had stickies to write messages.
We will miss him and his great mind--a LOT!
I watched an interview he gave in 2005 at Stanford University. Was not aware he never graduated from college and I love that he encouraged people to not waste any time doing what they don't want to do. He seemed like a heck of a nice guy. Too bad he couldn't stay around longer.
disorienting delightful!Aloha from Honolulu;Comfort Spiral > < } } ( ° >
your top & bottom photos in this post remind me of some of your husband's work-I am fan you know.; )
Great shadows....fitting photo for the weekend!
He will indeed be missed! Such an incredible mind and so sad to die so young!! Marvelous shadow shots for the day!Sylvia
There are so many layers in that last shot that it's hard to know where to look first!SHADOW PLAYShadows like horses, shadow likes chicks,Shadows like houses built with red bricks;Shadows much taller than a high wall—No matter their shape, I love them all!© 2011 by Magical Mystical TeacherTortured Shadows and Twisted Shadows
Thank you for this very cool ShadowShot post and tribute to Steve Jobs. Hope you have a great weekend.
the first and last are my favourites - very interesting urban shots...
Nice photos.Regards and best wishes
That last photograph is astonishing! The legs, the rising girl - it's fractured, it's a whole. Loved it.
Intriguing window views, reflections and the shadows in the last photo are very creative!
the shadows in the last shot are lovelyand the reflections in all the shots are amazingthe outpouring of love and respect for Steve is something amazinghugs to Buster :)
Your photos contain worlds within worlds...just like the internet.
Beautiful shadow captures!Late visiting for shadow shot, please visit my entry when you get a chance. Have a good week ahead!
My, some reflections.You have done so many posts I may not get past your blog tonight!!
I look forward to hearing from you!