In addition to technical writing, I am the default staff photographer here at work. I have a DSLR to photograph the products I write manuals about, so if anyone needs a photo of something else, they call on me.
HR asked me to take some photos of the facility and the photo above is one in the batch I took today. I like it because it shows West Peak in Meriden, Connecticut, about six miles away.
West Peak is the site of many radio transmitters. It was also the location where Doolittle experimented with FM radio circa 1940.
The antenna Doolittle used still stands on West Peak. I believe it is barely visible in the blow-up of the photo (below) between the microwave tower and the three large towers.