We leave Houston -- say goodbye to the Ship Channel.
Beautiful clear sky up here on the way to Boston
A meandering bayou below us
Full flight on our Boeing 737
Sun setting on the clouds below
We reach Boston. I can just make out MIT in the middle right side.
The sun is almost gone.
Strange marshes north of Boston
Mimetic architecture: Apartment house shaped like a ship.
In the Boston Lienhard's garden: A Sparrow in flight.
Bee in a flower
Theresa keeps a beehive outside the house. We'll see the bees on the way back from Iceland.
Off to Iceland on Monday night.
Dawn over the Atlantic
We reach Iceland.
Next day: In the Art Museum -- a refurbished prison
Carol, Hannah, Theresa, and John in a one-painting room
The sole occupant of its room.
The filaments of an odd incandescent lamp in our hotel
The cruise ship Aida in Reykjavik Harbor
Tour boat Thruma III with its wild red mouth
A Bombardier Dash8. One will take us to Greenland on Thursday.
Odd "work of art" in Reykjavik Harbor
The Trawler Engey. It breaks into two halves.
Reykjavik's large Hallgrímskirkja
The factory ship, Helga Maria
Reykjavik's opera house, Harpa