This was a beautiful city sunrise in Washington D.C.
And it is accented by the lamppost shinning like the sun on the middle left.
You can also see the store lights and car headlights as some additional sparkle to this.
Anyway, it reminds me of a crude, funny story I heard at a seminar this week:
This guy drives to work in San Francisco early in the morning when it is still very foggy.
So he has to turn on his fog lights to see and navigate.
But by the time, he gets to work every day, the fog lifts and he is afraid that he is going to forget to turn the lights of the car off.
As a reminder, he leaves his fly open--what?
He figures, by at least noon every day, someone will tell him his fly is open and he'll remember then to turn off his fog lights.
What made this even funnier is the lady in the room next to me leans over and says, "so what are us ladies supposed to do to remember to turn off our fog lights?"
Great questions, ah...let's talk about that one after class. ;-)
(Source Photo: Andy Blumenthal)