DPS Book Depository Interior HDR
By far my most viewed photo at this point, for obvious reasons, I guess....
I've been traveling since 6:00 Barcelona time. It is now something like 11:00 EST. By my watch it's 22 hours in airports or airplanes. The cat is glad that we're home. The burrito I just ate is more food than 6 hours at a tapas bar could put in me. My pillowcases don't have openings at both ends. I can eat vegetables here. English isn't pretty, but at least I can find the bathrooms.
Sadly, it is not 72 degrees with a 99.9% chance of a moped accident here in Ann Arbor. The sidewalks are cracked and concrete rather than gorgeous tile. Albert Kahn's architecture isn't nearly as flashy as Gaudi's. People move around too fast here. The customs agents took my sausage. Starbucks's espresso tastes like what I'd get if I cleaned my oven and took the soot and mixed it with water. Tomorrow I'll have to start driving a car again.
Here's some Detroit HDR'y goodness for now, before I start posting spain pictures. Not quite the Sagrada Familia, but it'll do. Interior of the detroit public schools book depository, designed by Kahn. 5 exposures.