søndag, august 14, 2005

Hand of God?



Well, o.k., it isn't the hand of God...but it is the hand of a guy named Thor, so perhaps the hand of a god. It was taken as I was attempting to get a hand-less picture of the top of Saint Peter and Paul Church while at the same time relaxing on the lawn of Washington Square Park. After a while, I did manage to get the pristine picture, but this one is really more interesting.

It's good to be back home, and the hand of Thor is a sign that I have now been joined by the boyfriend, which means that my visit has moved from 'hanging out with family and shopping' mode to 'intensive tourist' mode. Highlights today included the ferry building, wandering around and eating lunch in Chinatown, a stroll through some of North Beach, Union Square, and a bit of Market Street. Pretty good considering we started relatively late, and went back home to the 'burbs in time for dinner.

4 kommentarer:

FourLegged sagde ...

Shouldn't Thor be holding some kind of blunt instrument? (A hammer perhaps?)

kimananda sagde ...

Actually it is a common mis-translation. It should be 'Thor's hammered'. ;-) But seriously, he would have his hammer, but he wasn't able to get it in through customs.

Chibithulhu sagde ...

Thor should have tentacles. Customs agents cannot take those away, and won't try to touch them if you fill them with milk before travelling.

kimananda sagde ...

Hmmm...I'm surprised I found this comment, chibithulhu. It's an interesting thought, and I'll communicate it to Thor forthwith.