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  • Adorableness

    I don’t often have humans willing to have their pictures taken.  These are my nieces from my trip to Texas last week.  Ages 5 and 8.

    A, boosted and lovely

    The Hills are Alive...

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  • Math

    Memorial Day Weekend + Sunriver rental house + thunder + lightening - knitting (sprained finger) +

    Hail! (hail)
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    Front (more hail that won’t melt)

    = lots of

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  • Leif-Mobile

    My friend Leif and his new method of commuting. By Unicycle!

    leif-mobile

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  • The

    Texas, June 2007. My nieces and I.

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  • Today marks the 27th anniversary of Mount St. Helens’s big eruption. The photo is a scan of a slide my dad took in 1980, probably from the Intel Campus in Hillsboro, Oregon.

    Mt St Helens, 1980

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  • Slide Photography

    I have access to a Nikon Super Coolscan 4000 and spent all last night playing with it. My dad sent me a selection of slides to try out. They are from the 1960s to the 1980s and locations include Mt St Helens, Paris, Texas, Southwest USA, and Mexico.

    The scanner did great, I just need to work on trying to get the dust off the slides and the scanner. It also does 35mm film negatives and I’m going to try to find my good Europe picture negatives from 1994 to scan. Click on the mosaic to be taken to flickr for bigger pictures.

    I spent all night on this last night and didn’t even think about wardrobe refashioning! I need to put the slides away, my clothes are falling off me (I’ve lost 19.5 pounds as of today! Yay!)


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  • Washington Park

    Took a long walk with a friend today in Washington Park from the Zoo MAX station to Goose Hollow MAX. We wound down the Wildwood trail then down next to the Japanese Gardens and the Rose Gardens then down below to the reservoirs down to the Vista Bridge and Jefferson Street. The upper reservoir is newly opened to the public after “decades” of being closed. You can walk around it when its open during daylight hours. The water is a strange greenish blue (its Portland’s drinking water!) and the security guards are very friendly.


    Portland Mosaic

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  • Vancouver, B.C.

    I went on a business trip to Vancouver, B.C. back in January. I had one nice sunny day and one pouring down rain day. The weather was pretty much just like Portland. My hotel was in downtown Vancouver and that's mostly where I stayed. I did a ton of walking, then took the Sky Train when my feet gave out. There is so much to see, I hope I get to go back next year and explore some more. Photos can be found on flickr.



    Vancouver Mosaic

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  • Aerial Photography

    On my trip back from Vancouver, BC in January the air was so clear and we were flying fairly low for an airplane (it was a prop plane). I had my camera shoved out the window the whole flight. Vancouver, Whidbey Island, Seattle, Mt Rainier, Mt Saint Helens, Mt Jefferson, Mt Hood, and Mount Adams…

    I especially love this shot because it looks like a model set. Click on the Image and be linked to my flickr set

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