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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.

The website for my lab

My brothers website

An amazingly good program that can recover lost/deleted photos

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Mountainous forests, and the evil lumber trade that's raping them.

alexis says:

quadruple wow. lovely.
makes me miss up north.

14th Sep 2005, 00:58

RareAquaticBadger says:

Thanks Alexis. Have you spent much time up north then?

The second photo is the first image I've done where equalising hasn't made it look crap

14th Sep 2005, 19:38

alexis says:

the second one looks very paintingish. nice. : )

I lived in Yosemite for a while, northern california logging territory. and a bit of time in washington.
not sure either are as far north as those photos, but, close.
actually.... heh
http://columbia.yosemite.cc.ca.us/default.htm
just a bit up and to the left, out of the picture on that page, is where my apartment was.

14th Sep 2005, 20:32

Ooooooo... Yosemite looks cool. I've heard of it, but didn't know where it was. Yeah, I think Vancouver's an hour north of Seattle, so you've probably not been that far. I've still not ventured across the border into Seattle, but it's on my list of places to visit. Apparently it's a bit depressing and has the highest suicide rate of all of North America though, so it's not that high on my list...

16th Sep 2005, 04:45

alexis says:

Yosemite is really nice. and the little towns outside the national park, where I lived, are also nice. : ) it's sortof the last stop for supplies on one of the the ways in to the park, so, a few good outdoors supply shops, and mild tourist stuff.

well, i heard the suicide/ deppression thing was a result of all the grey rain.

my visits there have proved those are filthy lies to keep tourists away.

er... maybe i just got really lucky with the weather.

16th Sep 2005, 22:45

I think statistically Vancouver gets more rain. We get 172 days per year, while Seattle only gets 150 days (Source; BBC meteorlogical service). For comparison, London gets 149 days on average.

Vancouverites are very cheery though. They call it "liquid sunshine".

16th Sep 2005, 22:55

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