Lifeguard Hut / Burnsland List of Relevance

Lifeguard Hut

The lifeguard hut at Cocoa Beach, Florida, is all closed up in the early morning hours. I’m not really sure why, but I took lots of pictures of this hut while we were there. I thought it looked pretty neat, I guess. Or maybe I thought it wouldn’t be all that bad to have to come and sit in the hut every day. That wouldn’t be a bad life, would it?

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Photo location: Lori Wilson Park, Cocoa Beach, Florida

A three-exposure (-2, 0, +2) HDR tonemapped in Photomatix, edited in GIMP

The Burnsland List of Relevance for 4/3-4/9

Don’t look now, but it’s the Burnsland List of Relevance once again. Quick, there’s still time to hide under your desk before it gets here! Oops, too late!

  1. Sinuses - Why do we have them again? It’s like a form of torture. I think our enemies are purposefully injecting extra pollen in our air, just to watch us sneeze.
  2. The Dukes of Hazzard - The real ones, not that fake movie from a few years ago. I always want to jump my car over a dried out creek while yelling, “Yeeee haaaaa!”
  3. Taxes - Dear Federal Government, I filed my taxes. I hope that helps. You’re welcome.
  4. Computers - They are fantastic! Until you are ready to throw yours out the window because it isn’t working like you want it to.
  5. Spam - Apparently, one of my old email accounts that I don’t use any more was hacked, and spam mail was sent out to some of my friends. People who do that give the real Spam a bad name.
  6. Big Bird - How can a great big yellow bird not make you happy?
  7. Weekends - Ever wonder why we call them “weekends” when one day is the end of the week and the next day is the beginning of the week?
  8. Cheese - What do lactose intolerant people say when they smile for pictures?

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