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You can't take a photo of this, it's already gone.

This week I have been mostly... sleepy

I have been mostly playing with my new Canon 5D Mk II

I'm currently reading... White Gold Wielder, Stephen Donaldson

I am mostly listening to... Muse

I am currently... Writing a paper

When I should be... Working harder

I am most looking forward to... The Muse concert on Thursday :)

This weekend I am... probably cooking an Easter dinner for everyone.

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Wow I've been rubbish at keeping my moblog up to date this year.

This was taken at the weekend on one of the local mountains. There should be a great view of downtown Vancouver, but the city was covered in a sea of clouds. It was really beautiful as it goes. Plus we had the added bonus of bright sun and 15 degree temperatures, while the city was cloudy and only 5 degrees.

Hopefully I'll update this more often. I've been a bit stressed at work lately. Too many projects on the go, and I'm meant to be writing papers (and *ahem* snowboarding). Plus I'm working with a group on a new treatment for a subset of aplastic anaemia patients, so really need to get that working before our volunteers have bone marrow failure.

SpoonZ says:

Welcome Back, And what a great series of photos! Looks cold though!... although sitting here Perth in the 35 degree humidity. Ithink I'd rather have a bit of snow :o)

1st Feb 2007, 07:29

Thanks :) I've just been very crap at updating recently. I normally get a chance to at least look at other peoples photos, but these two weeks have been especially crazy.

Just been looking back at your recent photos. wow... Perth looks unbelievable.

1st Feb 2007, 07:34

crickson says:

Good luck with the new project! Yesterday was my official last day at Leeds, although I'll be spending a couple of days a week while I can helping them out.

The paper describing most of my Ph.D was finally submitted in secret last week with me as third author, which I think I predicted on your blog almost a year ago. Beyond writing a letter of complaint there seems to be little I can do about this.

1st Feb 2007, 13:04

Dhamaka says:

I remember that Crickson. Sorry to hear it anyway

Good luck on the new project Rare, keep some time for yourself (ie do as I say, not what I do)

1st Feb 2007, 19:36

That's crappy Crickson. Which journal is it going into? Some of them have a footnote that say what author contributed what. You should write a letter of complaint. That's really not on.

One of my phd papers got published today in the dizzy heights of the journal "Genomics". It's taken bloody ages though.

So have you got anything lined up Crickson? Are you planning on sticking around Leeds or is your scope further afield?

Thanks D. I'm still getting a bit of time to do stuff. Work hard party harder and all that.

1st Feb 2007, 20:33

FilbertFox says:

you sound very busy RAB.

Crickson - i have said it before i will say it again, i know people if you want the situation taking care of. failing that, shall i buy you lots of beer and/or gin tomorrow?

1st Feb 2007, 22:45

Geodyne says:

That's an impressive series - illustrates it really well.

1st Feb 2007, 22:46

zahra says:

I live in Mashhad(Iran) and tempereture inversion is always in my city

22nd Jan 2013, 13:22

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