What a beautiful right-skewed distribution.
Seriously. Tilt your head to your right, look at the distribution of people per age. Obviously a unimodal distribution (only one peak), with more older people on the edge of the distribution (this is the right side, and the side with the longer "tail" is the side you name the skew (not symmetric) for).
I'm used to being on boards that are also right skewed in age distribution, but the mean is usually shoved up so close to the y axis (image the hump being the youngest or second youngest) that it doesn't look so nice as this distribution.