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Saturday, May 29, 2004

Yucky! Yucky! Yucky!!

The weather has been rainy and nasty here for most of the week. I know we need it, but I really don't like rain. (Probably most photographers don't care for the rain much.) Especially on my weekend, but what can ya do?

I went into town this afternoon, after I hit some yard sales (which were rather lame as well, largely due to the weather) and visited with my photojournalist friend J.S. I didn't get to have coffee with him though, because I was really late getting into town, so instead I browsed around town and checked out a few stores like Gap.

I took the train back out of town:

And when I got off the train, I saw something very rare and extraordinary...

He's the original Pauly Dangerous, and actual sightings of him are very rare! (although, I had heard rumors of him having been spotted in the area). I had just disembarked from the train, when I heard someone call my name, so I turned and looked and it was him. We chatted for a little bit, and then he had to get back on the train. He was heading home as well. Pauly Dangerous may be one of the most intelligent beings in the known universe.

Tuesday, May 25, 2004

Getting ready for bed as the sun goes down: (That's a feather in her mouth.)

Leg band:

A view of the north mountains from Burnaby Mountain Park.

If you're in the area, I highly recommend Horizons Restaurant. The food is great and the view is outstanding. You can see for miles to the north, west and south.

I've always liked trains (since I was a little kid). Here's one that passes near Burnaby Lake:

Sunday, May 23, 2004

Well, it's come to that point where I have to clean out some of the old images. Unfortunately, I've reached the maximum allowable image space (800 images) with my image host village photos. I've been paying for 'Plan E' of their image hosting packages on a monthly basis. I think the cost is reasonable, but I don't thing I should step up to the next level (Plan 'F') just yet.

So I'm going to start cleaning out the images, starting with the oldest ones first. I think I'll leave the archives there thought, so people will still be able to go back and see pages from the past. The text will still be there, but the images will not. I've been considering making all the images available on CD, so that anyone who would like to have them can email me and request a CD. I would charge a small and reasonable fee to cover the cost of shipping and the CD. I have a PayPal business account and so the payment process would be quite simple.

If anyone who's reading this has any ideas, solutions or suggestions, please feel free to email me, or leave a comment at the bottom of this post.

In the mean time, I'm going to start clearing out the old images to make room for the new ones.