March has now come and gone, and left behind a collection of pictures that didn't really fit anywhere else. Let's have a look, in chronological order:
1) Taste the rainbow:
A coworker and I presented Safe Zone training, and one of the students hosting it made this cake for the attendees. She said it took her two tries.
2) In bloom:
A flowering tree that I walked past on my way to talk to a class.
3) Night light:
Leaving campus after dark, I took the back way to avoid some basketball game traffic, and discovered that the greenhouses on the ag campus are lit up at night. It looks kind of like a horror movie set, or maybe some science fiction.
4) Pinhole self-portrait:
When Kristin and I hiked Laurel Falls, I was leaning against the car waiting for her to finish using the bathroom, and decided to try a pinhole portrait. I think it came out pretty well, except that I look a little frowny.
5) Mini cupcakes:
From a reception for iO Tillet Wright's Self Evident Truths project, which I was photographed for.
Someone put a shoe on the outside windowsill of the stairwell window by my office. It's been there for a few weeks now.
Kristin bought me this chocolate covered rice crispy treat. I have not eaten it yet, as I cannot decide if it's candy or not.
8) Some guy on Gay Street:
I rarely take pictures with people as the intended subjects, but I was walking down Gay Street and it was a nice morning, and this just struck me as a good photo.
9) Super Doo-Doo:
I bought a Superboy coloring book at an estate sale this morning, and found this inside.
That's it for March.