Last week I stopped in at the Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City. Their big centerpiece display is the Winnie Mae, a replica of the Lockheed 5C Vega aircraft that Oklahoma aviation pioneer, Wiley Post, flew solo around the world in 1933. He subsequently flew the plywood framed Winnie Mae to 50,000 feet using a homemade pressurization suit. In 1935 Post and another Oklahoma legend, Will Rogers died in an airplane crash near Point Barrow, Alaska.
Now back down to earth, I had a symmetrical shadow in my back yard.
I’ve started running again. Didn’t realize how much I missed it. Here is a mesh shadow of some temporary fencing.
And of a pedestrian bridge.
And speaking of pedestrian. Heather and I went to a local brewery and had a couple of their beers. As a bonus, the glass had some interesting shadows. I guess it was time to head home.
I’m linking with Shadow Shot Sunday 2. Come check it out!