Saturday, November 23, 2013
Thursday, November 21, 2013
Monday, November 11, 2013
After leaving D.C. I headed up to my sister's house in Wilmington, DE where I left the car in the driveway and flew to Florida. On Tuesday of last week I addressed the Collier County Alzheimer's Association, one of the model programs for Alzheimer's care in the U.S., on the topic: Three Ethical Dilemmas in Alzheimer's Disease: Early Diagnosis, Treatment and Driving. I've spoken there before so this was a bit of a reunion, though it was a delayed reunion as I was originally scheduled to speak in February of 2012. However, cardiac surgery and the need to move to Boston made it impossible.
These are apparently pastel jelly fish in glass. I guess boys get blue ones and girls get pink.
Penguin parent and kiddo. What does one do with something like this after about a week?
Or the dolphins?
This blown glass produced an interesting effect. The bokeh background came into sharp focus in the glass itself. That blew me away. Apparently the aquarium people have a thing for jellyfish.
It was fun to photograph. And there is no buyer's remorse.
Not certain why there are two different sized fonts above.
+Fr. Jack, SJ, MD