Last week is our midterm, hence every thing is hurry. We have to prepare midterm. We also have to go to school, and do homework and oral presentation. Both of teachers and students felt tired and exhausted. But in Friday, the program takes a field trip to Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago for level three class. All of us finally could take a break.
While we came to museum, we don’t have much time to stay that I choice some interesting rooms to visit. One of exhibit rooms shows rare history materials about World War Ⅱ where many American aged people stand and talk about. But I don’t have any felling from them. I think that maybe I can’t share the same experience with them. But one thing I am exciting. That is my first time to see submarine. I go around and touch it like a kid. It’s a pity my camera is weak in darkness. Thus I do my best to take these pictures.
This artistic production in Millennium Park, Chicago, called Bean. Actually, I am not sure if the name is correct. While I met Bean, the Chicago’s sky, cloud and building in my back were show front of me on the Bean. With Bean, I saw the whole of Chicago’s sky. And everything I want to see. The view touched my heart that I don’t know how to express my feeling. How much I like it! Therefore, I stand, gaze, and appreciate.
This is inner Bean. If you concentrat on your attention, you will see the hundreds of people. It's fascinating, Right?
WikiAnswers: It depends where you live, since the first day of summer is timed with the summer solstice. For most of the United States, summer begins on June 20. In Europe it's June 21. In Australia it's six months later, on December 21.
See dates for 2008 at http://www.archaeoastronomy.com/2008.shtml
Also see http://aa.usno.navy.mil/data/docs/EarthSeasons.php