LLAP around the world

When traveling with me, one must take a moment to be photographed doing the Vulcan salute. It is known. (For real.) (Seriously.)

Here’s a round-up of a few of my favorites.

On the wall around Graceland, during my birthday trip there in 2011 with Jonathan, Alissa, and Kate. (After this picture was taken, I can clearly remember Kate saying, “Was the hand thing really necessary?” Yes. Always.)

Vulcan Salute on the walls around Graceland
April 16, 2011

On the grass near the port in Galway, on one bright, sunny Irish morning. (So green.)

on the grass in Galway
October 29, 2012

At ZooLights, a yearly occurrence at the National Zoo in DC.

DC National ZooLights
December 2010

In line for Space Mountain during my first-ever visit to Disney World — with the button to prove it.

Space Mountain at Disney World.
November 2008

On top of the Crusader-era walls in Jerusalem’s Old City.

On the Wall Walk in Jerusalem
March 8, 2012

With Berit at the Smithsonian’s Air and Space Museum IN FRONT OF THE STARSHIP ENTERPRISE FROM THE ORIGINAL SERIES.

At the Air and Space Museum
Summer 2009

Jonathan, Jenelle, and I at the lookout over the edge of the crater in the Negev Desert near Mitzpe Ramon.

Lookout at the crater in the Negev
January 4, 2013

Hiking IN the crater.

Hiking in the crater
January 4, 2013

Reflected in a window at the top of the Galata Tower in Istanbul.

Reflected in a window on the top of Galata Tower
July 25, 2011

On the edge of a mountain in Petra, with an arrangement of rocks that is hopefully still there.

March 14, 2013

In front of the U.S. Capitol Building.

US Capitol Building
July 16, 2013

On the bike path through the Shark Valley Area of Everglades Park in Florida.

On the Bike Path in the Everglades
January 16, 2012

Mom and Dad on the steps in Safed at sunset.

On the steps in Safed.
November 15, 2012

In the throne room at Gyeongbokgung in Seoul.

Throne room at Gyeongbokgung
January 26, 2013

Berit and I in Matapouri Bay, New Zealand.

in the water in Matapouri Bay
February 7, 2013

And, finally, this is what happens when you have a camera and sit on top of a mountain in Wadi Rum for an hour or so.

On a mountaintop in Wadi Rum
March 15, 2013

Live Long and Prosper, y’all.


2 thoughts on “LLAP around the world”

  1. May you, and all your traveling companions (whether personally or through the blog) LIVE LONG AND PROSPER. Thanks for including us in your adventures.

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