"‘Tis the very difference between the artistic mind and the mathematical, that the former sees things as they are in a picture, some nearer and larger some smaller and farther away while to the mathematical mind everything, every inch in a million, every fact in a cosmos, must be of equal value. That is why mathematicians go mad, and poets scarcely ever do. A man may have as wide a view of life as he likes, the wider the better: a distant view, a birds-eye view, but still a view and not a map. The one thing he cannot attempt in his version of the universe is to draw things to scale." (G.K. Chesterton, 1874-1936)
Spent a few hours touring two of three ships docked at Patriot's Point, the first being "The Ship That Would Not Die," the mo...
Striking my best "Tom Cruise" in the cockpit of a TF-9F Cougar.
I'd like to share a poem with you. But first, a word from it's creator: "This video is based on footage I shot on marine ves...