I selected this image for the theme Hard / Soft. The bar was this wonderful blue that you felt like you could fall into and the reflection of the bar glasses creating the circle (hmm another theme) gives the impression of the hard surface of the glasses and the luminescence feature of the bar the soft look to the glasses. This is from the Hilton Luna Restaurant in St Petersburg, FL.
And so it is/was. Thumb surgery – called LRTI – Basilar Thumb Arthritis Arthroscopic Hand Surgery was performed on my right hand on Apr. 12th, by Doctor Christopher Dillingham, in Sarasota, FL.
In use for more than 40 years, LRTI is the most commonly performed surgery for thumb arthritis. The arthritic joint surfaces are removed and replaced with a cushion of tissue that keeps the bones separated. To accomplish this, surgeons remove all or part of the trapezium bone in the wrist. Women, especially those older than 50 are 10 to 20 times more likely than men to develop thumb arthritis, though no one is quite sure why. Great! lol. My left thumb is also hindered with this infliction. Will wait to see if I will do this for that thumb as well. One at a time, please.
So I will spend my birthday with this lug on my hand, but it comes off on the 25th, to be replaced by a brace for a couple of weeks. Then it is on to therapy to get everything moving again.
Yes, I took this photo on my dining room table, but don’t expect new photos for a while.
I Submit for this theme – The Roman baths in Bath, England. The steam room as it looks today and from a depiction on a screen – as it used to be. The stacks of stones are there to show how high the floor was raised with the steam passing beneath the floor.
I added the black rectangle to keep this pg-13. And the cooling room with the hologram.
Ahh, after a system hard drive crash, and then rebuilding my desktop, I think I am back – at least temporarily. I will be having hand surgery on right hand in a few days, and that will take me out of doing any photography for a bit. So in the mean time, I am trying to catch back up.
I submit Stonehenge for the theme, Forms in Nature. While, Stonehenge did not naturally occur in nature, it is one of the wonders of the world for its uniqueness.