Apres Moi, le Deluge


Just Before the Wake Up Call...

I don't consider myself a pessimist.
I think of a pessimist as someone who is waiting for it to rain.
And I feel soaked to the skin.

- Leonard Cohen

Did He Dream This Was about to Happen?

His right hand gives the signal...

Wet Dream?

Another Wet Dream?

Possibly the most famous example ever of airborne water...

Dali Atomicus, gelatin silver print by Philippe Halsman, 1948 collaboration with Salvador Dalí (pictured). Image © Estate of Philippe Halsman

Meanwhile, They're Cooling off in the Shade...

A Thirst for Knowledge?

Source: thesun.co.uk sent to them by Rajesh Enterprise

Another Way to Cool off in the Shade...

Source: thesun.co.uk "Bum Seat" submitted to them by Henry Polvi.  And the rocks are meant by some yoyo to symbolise - what?

Uh-Oh.  Maybe It's a Trend?

Source: images.topix.com from somewhere in Bloomfield, Missouri (at least theirs are more colourful!)

His Next-to-Last Photo

© Matthias Jauernig Source: npocto-kpacota.livejournal.com

His Last Photo...

Her Last Photo

Sources for above two: joe-ks.com1 and joe-ks.com2

Their Best Photo

Source: Source: human pyramid linked to off www-unix.mcs.anl.gov

The Manager Has a Photographic Memory

Source: I wish I knew.  It reminds me of Andreas Gursky's "99 Cent II Diptychon", the most expensive photo ever sold ($3,346,456 in February 2007 at a Sotheby’s auction).  Well, his photo WAS more than 11 feet long - but I like this one even better.  Wonder what it's worth and how big the original is...

If anyone reading this knows the source of this photo, please email me.

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