Yesterday sported (comparatively) beautiful weather in the Albany area, so I went out for a long run along the Hudson River. I took my camera to capture a few shots, although most of these won't mean much to anyone except in a few cases.
For example, this one reminds me of our paddle during Desert Winds because of the (hard to see) green warning light (not so much the water temperature):
An interesting sign near the river in Albany:
I can't resist photos of unexpected artwork:
This one is for John - again hard to see, and I don't really have an excuse this time for why I didn't just get closer to take the picture. And also, what are the panels powering, the giant powerline pole?
The Hudson and the sun trying to come out:
A great bike path along the river:
Not quite as high as I remembered (well, this was before we started climbing Rocky Mountains):
This is new:
Our sledding hill behind the library (not pictured is the fence and busy road at the bottom):
The new building helps make Troy look better...?
The computer center where we prayed our coding was right and the printouts would come out quickly:
The Physics building:
Nason Hall :)
The site of many fun evenings watching Big Red kick big butt:
The site of our Hockey Line stand:
Archway to campus:
Our one piece of modern art:
Heading back down:
This one makes me laugh:
The Egg at Empire Plaza near my apartment: