Categories Uncategorized Good Night From the Scalzi Compound Post author By John Scalzi Post date July 26, 2008 18 Comments on Good Night From the Scalzi Compound Sun, baby. Ciao. Don’t be a stranger, hear? Share: By John Scalzi I enjoy pie. View Archive → ← Today’s Quick Moral Judgment → One For the Kodi Fans 18 replies on “Good Night From the Scalzi Compound” OK, jealous now. More polarized filter action, John? Gorgeous picture. And I think it’s “Ciao” not “Caio”. Fixed. Yes, polarized filter. Beautiful picture. That sky goes on forever. Do you ever miss the limited horizons of Fresno, where the sky ends in mountains? Red sky at night, sailor’s delight — ya’all got a lot of sailors down in SW Ohio? Very nice, relaxing way to end the day – thank you, John. Ah, more Scalzi sunset porn. Nice one. Sunset porn? Hmmm. Does that mean the cat pictures are … (shudder) kitty porn? Sunset porn? I haven’t heard anything that strange since those rainbow infestations of ’06… Wow – I was coming home from Celina’s Lake Festival, looking at the same sunset at about the same time. The clouds were just amazing – it was such a beautiful sunset. And oddly, enough, I wondered if Scalzi was out looking at the sunset and maybe taking a picture. Dig the sunset, but what the hell is that mini-Rorschach piece in the banner across the top of the site? I don’t get it. Looks like a dude parasailing or parachuting or something. Very pretty, but you won’t see another one until you sacrifice a beating human heart. Hey, don’t look at me like that, I’m just the messenger. Chin chin I. want. that. camera. Wow – what a shot! Not temention the view ;) @10 Burns!, @11 T.M. Wagner: Athena has tired of swings, and spreads her wings. Look! Up in the air! It’s… Okay, that’s something you could print and stick on the wall. For when the real thing is unavailable, of course. I don’t think I’ve said so in a comment, but I really love your scenery shots. Such a different landscape from any I’m familiar with (born and raised in southern California, now living in the Puget Sound area), but I have a sense of it thanks to your taking the time to chronicle its moods. Thanks! That is an absolutely lovely picture. Stunning. Okay if I make it my wallpaper? I promise I’ll refer all admirers to this site. Deal? Comments are closed.