Okay, so it seems as if I didn’t get raptured, but you know what did? My camera. This is the first in a series of blog posts about my nearly-dead camera. Included in this series will be images that I haven’t posted to flickr. Don’t get all excited; they’re worse than my other shots. That’s why …
Continue reading Death of a camera: Part I
If you’re reading this, the rapture probably hasn’t happened1. But then again, what would you expect from a non-prophet organization?
As with all my posts, this has been scheduled in advance, so I may have “left the building”. [↩]
After much rain, it’s supposed to be nice out today! Time for a picnic in a park?
Cherry blossoms in High Park. Colours edited and image was cropped.
Taken in High Park. Contrast was adjusted.
You may have heard about a Robert and Brenda Vale’s book Time to Eat the Dog?: The Real Guide to Sustainable Living in which they claim that dogs have a greater (negative) environmental impact than SUVs and/or read a criticism of it (which itself contains flaws)1. I’d long wondered about things such as dog pedicures, hotels, …
Continue reading Grass ain’t green
It’s election day! I’ve voted. Have you?
Updated: Wow. Just wow. That was totally unexpected.