Monday, December 30, 2019
Evanston: collision: the best year ever
I have wondered in this journal how in this technological age when positions are known precisely in all kinds of weather ships can still run into one another. I thank Jason for a link to a long article that provides the answer, part of which is the technology itself, part the human interface with the technology, part human error, and as almost always a series of small failures that cascade into disaster.
An article in the NY TIMES makes the surprisingly good case that 2019 has been the best year ever.
Not having taken any photos of interest lately, or hardly any at all, I am running as an antidote to the gray overcast and intermittent sleet and snow outside our windows a repeat above of two fish who followed THE HAWKE OF TUONELA for several days across the South Atlantic ten years ago.
Here is a version in Apple’s Silvertone.