Nike Mercurial Superfly V CR7 2016-2017 FG Black Gold - The crowning achievement in what¡¯s been another historic season for Cristiano Ronaldo, the Portuguese forward was awarded with his second consecutive Ballon d¡¯Or today, presented by FIFA to the world¡¯s top player from the last year. To celebrate that accomplishment, the Swoosh has created the Nike Mercurial V CR7 Rare Gold, designed specifically for Ronaldo.

Gold predominates over the upper, a nod to the color that is earned by success ¡ª the Ballon d¡¯Or, of course, is gold. That fades, in a sort of burnished effect, to black through the heel and collar. And then the design becomes truly ornate.

The CR7 logo on the boot¡¯s medial side boasts an unheard of special effect ¡ª micro-diamonds were applied by hand to the logo, a tribute to Ronaldo¡¯s work ethic. Micro-diamonds, you see, are chipped off of larger stones as craftsmen refine the primary diamond, meaning the micro-diamond¡¯s existence is evidence of a work in progress. Here, they adorn the logos to reflect a commitment by Ronaldo to continue improving.

Nike Mercurial Superfly V CR7 2016-2017 FG Black Gold

Nike Mercurial Superfly V CR7 2016-2017 FG Black Gold

Peter Ash, M.D.

is a forensic child psychiatrist and a Professor at Emory University in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.

Dr. Ash:

directs the Psychiatry and Law Service at Emory University,
directs the fellowship in forensic psychiatry at Emory (which occurs at a variety of sites)
teaches a seminar with readings,
is active in professional associations:
- Past President of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law,
- Past President of the Georgia Psychiatric Physician's Association
- Past President of the Georgia Council on Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
writes, presents, and conducts research on issues in forensic psychiatry,
consults on legal cases,
posts various files that may be of some use to others, such as EndNote styles, manuals, PowerPoints, etc.,
is married to the psychologist and meditation guide, Meg Ash, Ph.D,
and, when not otherwise occupied, scrapes away on the cello.
To contact:
Tel.: (404) 727-3287
Fax: (404) 727-3155
Snail mail:
Child & Adol. Psychiatry, Suite 200
12 Executive Park Dr NE
Atlanta GA 30329