This week has zoomed by and the weather seems to be getting warmer making us all look out the window and dream about playing outside while we work. At least there are these shots to keep us bus inside until the weekend arrives.
It quietly waits silent but foreboding. They say that the long overdue quake that will hit California will begin in this famed fault and will register a magnitude of 7.5 or grater and will be many times powerful than the 9.0 quake that rocked Japan on Friday.
These rebel fighters hang out on a couch that is being used in a check point at Ajdabiyah.
Just unveils his wax dummy at the wax museum at Madame Tussauds in London.
Rescue workers have to contend with snow as they try to help in the cleanup from the tsunami at a Sendai factory.
A vendor sells his handmade toys in Pakistan.
These messages aren’t in a bottle, they are posted on a wall. They are messages of hope and fear, people seeking loved ones after the quake and tsunami in Japan.
Bridge to Far
Workers attempted to slide a new bicycling bridge in place to find that it was to big. The bridge is part of a 225,000 lb project to widen the University City’s cycle network. It looks like bikers will have to wait again for the bridge to be replaced.
Mush Under Northern Lights
John Baker wins the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race; he is the first Alaskan Native musher to win since Jerry Riley in 1976. He also shattered the record finishing the race 3 hours faster than four star champion Martin Buser.