The Simple Things: Family Day at NASA
Thanks for stopping by for July’s installment of The Simple Things! This project by a circle of amazing contributing photographers, seeks to embrace the simple things that make up our lives. All the little things that we overlook, take for granted, bring us joy, bring us sorrow, or just make up our daily lives and make them unique to us. At the bottom of this post, find the link to the next photographer in our circle – click, read, enjoy, comment and come back next month!
A good day is when you can spend the whole day as a family, having fun and learning about world history! We had a fun time at the Johnson Space Center in the Bay Area, outside of Houston, TX on Saturday, and it was educational as well. We learned about our evolving universe, toured the training facility for astronauts and saw the Canadian built Canadarm (SRMS) used on the International Space Station, learned about the cooperative efforts of astronauts from all the world towards an understanding of our solar system and beyond — and just had a really great time touching moon rocks and eating space dots ice cream!
A few storyboards from our day!
Thank you for stopping by this month’s installment of the Simple Things Project, please visit our next amazing photographer, Amber of Amber Aileen Photography in San Antonio, TX.