046/366: Alchemy

It was kind of an annoying week in a number of respects, which called for something frivolous and morale-bosting. Thus, this:

Dr. Brown is horrified to discover who's been funding Dr. Red's research on the Philosopher's Stone. Dr. Brown is horrified to discover who's been funding Dr. Red's research on the Philosopher's Stone.

The shiny rocks are from a collection of "Gold and Diamonds" (i.e. pyrite and quartz) SteelyKid got at a local farm "mining" thing last weekend. The Legos are from the extensive collection in Chateau Steelypips.

That's about it for me. Have a great weekend.

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