Queensbury library. An old building reflecting Queensburys past.
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Look deep into my eyes, FEED US. FEEEEEEEED US.
Cue spinny vortex image. Diddly dum diddly dum, diddly dum, dum dum dum, diddly dum………………….. (Taken with Instagram)
In 1960, U.S. Air Force pilot Joseph Kittinger flew thirty kilometers straight up into the sky using a pressurized, high-altitude balloon. This very nearly made him the first man in space.
Then he jumped.
Mr. Kittinger free-fell for over twenty kilometers - at which point he was moving so fast that he broke the sound barrier.
He had all but left the earth’s atmosphere; the sky around him was pitch black; he could see the outlines of entire continents; and the haiku-like abstraction of his available reference points – earth, balloon, space – made it impossible to tell if he was really falling.
Does this sound like fiction? Luckily, there’s a film.
(Source: jonyorkblog, via adrifts)
NO! I’m not getting off your legs (Taken with Instagram)