Have A Great Weekend Folks

Been out and about and busy as hell. So here's the week's photo --- Key Biscayne Early Morning, shot yesterday morning. ciao

Have a Great Weekend Infidels

Stumbled across an old image I took of Rudy back in 2002. Here ya have it.

Parrotheads Rejoice!


Great Article on Artist Pablo Cano's "Marionettes as Sculpture" Exhibit AtCoral Springs Museum

I've know Pablo since childhood. A fine artist extraordinaire. Check out the article here.


Happy Monday

Digitally Enhanced Image of South Beach sans trash.


It's Friday Infidels - 8 Hours to Happy Hour and Then It's Time to Hit the Beaches

Shot at Jupiter Rocks Nature Preserve - Jupiter, Island, Florida

World's First Boob Job from the Ancient World?

From one of the Roman Fountains at Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas Nevada


101 Hours Until the Next Friday Happy Hour


An Example of Kertesz' Genius - The Wandering Violinist

This is one of the great photographic images ever taken by Kertesz who is mentioned in my earlier post. Anyone who is into photography should study his work. He was a pioneer and his images were not posed; he would wait for the moment and in turn would record on film an artistic masterpiece. On a technical basis, the composition in this image is flawless. Perfection


Happy Friday - My Reading List for Those With a Thirsty Mind

The Great Escape: Nine Jews Who Fled Hitler and Changed the World (Hardcover) by Kati Marton

This was a fantastic book which shows how nine Hungarians from different scopes of life all managed to come around at a particular point in time and changed not only America, but the world: scientists Leo Szilard, Edward Teller and Eugene Wigner,-- who were instrumental in convincing Einstein to write the letter that prompted the Manhatten project and who themselves were instrumental in the creation of the A-Bomb; Game theorist and computer pioneer, John von Neuman who was responsible for the digital computer but also who's statistical models were used by the defense dept. during the cold war; war photographer Robert Capa, Andre Kertesz, legendary photojournalists; Alexander Korda was the savior of the British film industry, having directed "That Hamilton Woman" with Larry Olivier; Michael Curtiz directed Casablanca and Yankee Doodle Dandy and . Arthur Koestler who wrote the breakthrough anti-Communist novel "Darkness at Noon." The genius of these folks is amazing and it was well written. I really enjoyed this one.

Next Book on my list is "Einstein" by Walter Isaacson who also wrote the great bio on Ben Franklin. This book was amazing as well and even explains a lot of his theories in a way us non theortical physicists can understand. The genius in this guy is stunning especially given the circumstances he had to endure living in the anti-semitism of Europe.

And so with those books infidels, you can keep your mind enthralled for several weeks. As for now, I am waiting to grind some new home made java from my underground source somewhere in the mid atlantic states...and perhaps I'll have a cigar too. See y'all later.


The Road to the Dark Side - The Nevada Desert

© 2007 by Michael A. Pancier
This image is copyrighted material as indicated, and is watermarked!
Unauthorized use or reproduction for any reason is prohibited.

The Painful Pleasure

If you can eat this, then you are brave. 3 habaneros, 3 scotch bonnets, 3 jalapenos. There is a lot of heat here. Pain for some -- pleasure for others.

That Lonesome Road

Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada

Have a great weekend folks.

That Lonesome Road
J. Taylor

Walk down that lonesome road all by yourself,
Don't turn your head back over your shoulder.
And only stop to rest yourself when the silver moon is shining high above the trees.