blogging isn't exactly helping matters
If you ever worry that technology is turning us all into a bunch of self-absorbed documentarians obsessed with ourselves, this photo may convince you further that you are correct.
Tim took a picture of Lana taking a picture of Ricky taking a picture of me taking a picture of Ricky and Lana. That sentence alone makes me want to go take a nap.
While all of this rampant photo-of-a-photo business was taking place, we were surrounded by a most vast expanse of nature.
Rising from the depths of an expensive housing development in Albuquerque is the Cibola National Forest and the world's longest aerial tramway which carried us up 3,819 feet and 2.7 miles to a spot in sharp contrast to the dank underbellies of theaters, fluorescent-lit dressing rooms, and exhaust-scented loading docks. There, amidst the Douglas fir, the spruce, aspen, and pine, the 1350 million year old granite and the 250 million year old limestone and shale, we noticed: