In the albinism community there are those who find it offensive to be called an albino, preferring the more politically correct term "person with albinism" or PWA. So here I bring you politically correct PWA's - Pumpkins With Albinism.
Today came and went and I barely noticed. I was at school by 6:45 this morning and went all day long and then came home and went some more. I missed sunrise. I missed sunset. I missed most of my lunch half hour. And, if this photo had been taken any later, it would have qualified as being early. As it is, it is very, very late!
We had a fun evening Friday night seeing the Rocky Horror Show live on stage. It was surely a blast from the past. I remember seeing the movie for the first time in college, having no idea what to expect. Fortunately, I went with veterans, fellow music majors. As I was finally getting into the things and becoming familiar with the whole prop routine, we turned around only to see several of the music faculty sitting two rows behind us. This may have been my first realization that teachers are actually people.
Downtown Dallas is not much to speak of. Though the arts district is very nice, there isn't much else to speak of, especially on nights and weekends. I do like the varied textures in this photograph. Some are the buildings themselves and others are reflections. I also like the sliver of red brick and steeple of the church peeking out fro between the office buildings.
Early morning light...ha! I wish that I could say that I am laughing about early morning light because I had the luxury of sleeping through it. Sadly, that is not the case. Sunrise in Dallas this morning was at 7:18. By this time I was at school standing in front of the copy machine printing tests for my 7:30 class. Sunrise came and went without even a notice from me. Walking across campus a little later to replenish my caffeine supply, I noticed this cool shadow of a tree cast on the wall by what was now not so early a morning light, but cool nonetheless. I have no clue who this person is. We'll just call her the photobomber.