From Trader Joe’s in West Hartford, CT.
Next year, a Russian man will become the first human to participate in a head transplant. The patient’s head will be removed and placed on another body.
World’s First Head Transplant to Take Place Next Year – Industry Tap
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Apparently we can travel through time if we build an infrastructure for it. Where we’re going, we do need roads.
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Trader Joe’s supermarket in West Hartford, CT.
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At Gillette Castle State Park in East Haddam, CT.
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This spider’s web was occupying the parking space next to my car one day. It stretched from ceiling to ground and across the width of the space. I had to be careful getting into my car so I wouldn’t get web and spider all over me.
It was tricky getting the angle right for the ambient lighting to highlight the web. The round splotch above the spider is actually a bokehed feature of the ceiling and not a lens smudge. You can see the web in front of the splotch, which wouldn’t happen with a smudge.
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At Town Line Diner in Rocky Hill, CT.
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