ABOVE: Detail of "An Angel at Abbotsford".

For those who don't know me personally, I have an obsession with flight. Soaring, naturally or artificially powered; I want to fly so much it hurts!

I really do envy birds. This feat is so effortless for them in comparison to what we must do in order to achieve anything close to this wonderful form of locomotion. Once I watched a pigeon take off from a building, make a few gentle S-curves in the pellucid air, directly in front of me, and then return to its perch. There was absolutely no other apparent reason as to why it had to do that except for the sheer pleasure of it. I grumbled under my breath, "You showoff!"

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Harvards in Demonstration

Lucky Number 7

An Angel at Abbotsford

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