Fairwell, Leonard Nimoy.
The Internet is abuzz with Spock tributes, and this is to be expected--Spock is an iconic character, and Nimoy's best-known work. Some people are mentioning Mission: Impossible, and, of course, The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins. However, when recently watching my Blu-ray sets of Trek: TOS, they had a profile on Mr. Nimoy I will touch upon here.
Nimoy discussed how, later in life he found a passion for photography, and talked about a particular photo series he had worked on for a decade. Petapixel ran an article today about Nimoy's passion for photography, and I choose to share that here as tribute to Nimoy's most personal, least known work.
He lived long, he prospered. We have been, and shall always be, his fans.
Thank you, Mr. Nimoy for your decades of work, and the many-many roles you gave us, from Spock to Galvatron, and, of course Martian #2 in Invaders from Mars. You were also a rounded artist with albums, poems and photographs galore.