|Me, tree, shallow end|
|The cone marks where the diving board used to be|
|Looking toward the north end|
|Grimacing, before I take the plunge. Or maybe there's just something with the goggles.|
This T-shirt features everyone's favorite theropod superimposed over the Public Library of Science emblem (kind of hard to tell, but it's there). The PLoS organization publishes the PLoS ONE public access scientific journal, which was very, very helpful in researching CHRONAL ENGINE.
Here's a link to the PLoS ONE Paleontology collection.
The T-shirt is from the PloS store at zazzle.com.
The photos were taken at Barton Springs Pool in Zilker Park. For those of you not from Austin, the three acre pool is fed by underground springs and maintains a constant temperature of around 68 degrees year-round. Needless to say, it is an Austin favorite during the purgatorial Texas summers. And, yes, Zilker is the same park with the Hartmann Prehistoric Garden.
Links to previous days:
A Dino a Day: Day 0: Thundercloud Subs Turkey Trot
A Dino a Day: Day 1: Book People
A Dino a Day: Day 2: Driskill Hotel
A Dino a Day: Day 3: Whole Foods
A Dino a Day: Day 4: Texas State Capitol
A Dino a Day: Day 5:Amy's Ice Creams
A Dino a Day: Day 6: Austin History Center
A Dino a Day: Day 7: RunTex
A Dino a Day: Day 8: Waterloo Records
A Dino a Day: Day 9: Mt. Bonnell
A Dino a Day: Day 10: The Book Spot