Leaning against the cube wall behind my computer is a 24x30" print of the John Hancock Building in Chicago. Oh, and an 8x10" print of the Copper Harbor Lighthouse. To my right is a climbing vine-type plant hanging from a "Danger - DO NOT CLIMB" warning placard I got from the outside-plant engineer.
The photos change, and I'm about to rehang a favorite pinhole print from a fellow photographer.
The Sword of Damocles.
The whole wall is covered with my prints. Usually added to and total redo every 6 mths ish.
The Periodic Table of Vegetables of course!
Over my desk is a shelf carrying small speakers, CD racks, dust and a wire rack of file folders filled with -- ahem -- "essential papers."
On the wall is a pen & ink drawing I did some years back. It's drawn from a photo I took of an old cemetery in Rockport Mass. -- originally called Solitude, I'm considering retitling it "Retirement Plan." :D
The head of a iron Buddha, four old radiation dose-rate meters, my entire academic life in yellow and green cardboard magazine holders, and a bottle of vodka.
Marine Biology- Nybakken/Bertness
Understanding Public Policy-Dye
also some photos.