This image is incredible. I'm not sure the distance from the explosion that it's shot from, nor the altitude of its top (10thousand to15thousandfeet?).
Sabre-rattlers out there take note, and be wary of your war mongering.
I just began reading Kevin Brockmeier's new collection of short fiction, The View From the Seventh Layer. After Things That Fall From The Sky, and A Brief History of the Dead I've developed a real appetite for his work.
In an effort to save cash, more frequent trips to the Library have temporarily added these books to the coffee table:
1)Phaidon's SCULPTURE TODAY
2)The Architectural Unconscious (James Casabere + Glen Seator)
3)The New Urban Landscape , edited by Richard Martin
4)PAUL McCarthy, published by the New Museum of Contemporary Art , NY
a great list...I'm suddenly very interested in James Casabere's photographed miniature spaces, especially the flooded ones. I'll have to look for an image to post here.