Given the current state of my day job (working frantically to finish everything before my August 12th departure), which involves 100% computer work, I’ve been less than eager to work with a computer once I finally make it home. So, the photo blog remains in its unfinished state for now. Perhaps I’ll get to it next week, when work will just be me crawling around hooking up machines instead of staring at documentation and trying to get a whole new software build process off the ground.
Here’s a preview of the first set I’ll be posting to the photo blog. I took some pictures of the construction work being done for a series of shops and apartments on Hillside Drive.
The site is undergoing another reconfiguration. Since my daily photo posts tend to push actual blog posts out of the way too soon, I’m creating a separate photoblog where I will place my daily pictures.
I’m in the middle of adapting a photoblog template to my needs, so hopefully I’ll have it up and running sometime soon, after I get back from my canoeing trip this weekend.
Kaa’s diminutive cousin isn’t as persuasive. After a couple of minutes, he got tired of the attention and made a break for the creek.
I was hiking out, stepped on a big rock (one of many), and randomly decided to flip this one over. Look what I found! It was a water snake younster, about 12 inches long. If it had been full grown, it probably would have just attacked me until I left the area. Fortunately, this little one stayed put while I setup my tripod and stuck a lens in its face.
Not sure what this is, my cursory search on the Internet was unfruitful. I need a book to take with me!