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The subject here is miscellaneous and does not necessarily link to the subject matter for the rest of The Analog Dept....except that in some way all of this becomes part of the state of mind (such as it is, sigh...) for this webmaster.
October Trip two weeks of freedom. Tons of photos.
9_22_06. I had stopped on a bridge to check the view of Mt. Baker, upstream on Boulder Creek. Lonely Mt. Road. No traffic. The Mountain view was average, snow capped volcano, but I became fascinated with the texture and colors in the rocks to the side of the creek.
Hwy 20 runs generally east - west from Anacortes, in the Puget Sound, across to the eastern side of Washington State. Its passage through the North Cascade Mountain range is also known as "The North Cascade Highway" . From this road some of the most rugged and scenic mountain terrain can be seen.
Gibson model Lg. (circa 1917)
Above photo: a recent attempt to advance CD technology. The introduction of human organic components onto the transport. Preliminary listening tests reveal an enhanced sense of realism with ultra fast transient response. Unfortunately, the sound quickly goes dull and lack luster as 'eye strain' sets in. The research team states that continued efforts along these lines should ultimately prove successful with a resulting commercial product. "Now if we can just find more eye-balls."
photo: collage. "your brain on pink floyd"
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