It looks like a law firm is taking advantage of "prime advertising space." This picture was shot in Tampa, FL with a Canon Powershot G5 by a passing motorist.
Duh! I guess it's easy to figure out who this self-proclaimed stud is buying a Christmas present for, no doubt the last minute. Of course, by now the "honeymoon" could be over. This picture was snapped in the Range Line Rd. Wal-Mart parking lot a time ago.
The United States Postal Service has announced its new commemorative stamps for 2004. Pictured is Cloudscapes, a pane of 15 stamps showing 9 of the 10 basic cloud genera, arranged according to altitude. It will be released toward the end of 2004.
For a description of the almost three dozen stamps to be released, click here. For a tentative stamp release schedule, click here. The USPS program commemorates events of importance in the history of the United States as well as significant contributors to it. Among next year's collection will be "Nature of America: Pacific Coral Reef," "Lunar New Year: Year of the Monkey," Black Heritage: Paul Robeson," "Theodor Seuss Geisel," and "Art of the American Indian." A special 32-page prestige booklet will be issued to commemorate the bicentennial of the official launch of the Lewis and Clark expedition on May 14, 1804.