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"Ad Astra per Disciplina et Scientia" means "To the stars through study/discipline and knowledge/science" (at least that's what I believe it means, not actually ever having studied Latin). It seemed appropriate given my return to college and my studies in computer science and engineering. This Facebook cover photo was cropped from a larger photo of the Sacramento River Marina, where these gulls were flying around searching for food. The sun flare was Photoshopped into the picture to better tie in with the quotation.

This composite digital image by Will Murray ("Willscrlt") was completed at 11:39 PM on Monday, 9 April 2012. The included photo (DSC00971) of flying gulls was taken by Will Murray ("Willscrlt") at 10:35 AM on 19 January 2009 at the Sacramento Marina on Marina View Dr.

This low-resolution version of the work is copyright ©2012 by Will Murray ("Willscrlt"). It is hereby released under a Creative Commons Attribution No Derivatives (CC-BY-ND-3.0) license. The work may be reused individually as-is (but may not be modified or used as part of a derivative work) subject to the terms of the license, most notably the requirements of no derivative usage and to provide proper attribution. At a minimum, attribution should include the name(s) of the creator(s) identified above, along with a printed or working hyperlink to www.WillMurray.name or directly to this page. Higher resolution versions of this image and usage not permitted under the terms of the listed license may be available under a commercial license by contacting me.

If you do use this image, I would appreciate it if you let me know where and how you used it. So far, it has been used:

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