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#Wormhole in the Wormhole?

Dallas Tx night skyline

Along The Dallas Texas Skyline
Fountain Place ( Prism shaped building with blue lights on left and the Trammell Crow Center (building with golden pyramid on top) viewed here from Reunion Tower. Note the 2 buildings with art work on them and a radio tower in between that can be seen in the foreground of the photo. Fountain Place, built in 1986, is 720′ tall and Trammell Crow Center, built in 1985, stands at 686 feet. Copyright by WyoJones. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

I think I see a wormhole forming here! (More hubs photos from our adventure in Dallas the end of May!) What do you think? Wormhole? Something “other?” Just an awesome sauce photo?

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Perilously yours,


P.S. After all the weirdness this week, you know I had to end the week with Dead Spaces:

Dead Spaces cover art

Be careful what you dig for…

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