Alright, everyone. Whether you like it or not, I’m back.
My schedule has been hectic recently; I spend over 45 hours on campus each week, which makes weekends downright sacred. I’ve done many interesting (well, in my opinion) things but, following lackadaisical Cthulizian tradition, I haven’t felt like updating this blog.
Despite the hectic schedule, I’ve been having fun. Each day goes a little something like this:
- Ecology class: wander into the woods, catch isopods, and stroke native snakes;
- Ethology: write mounds of words about animals (i.e. my personal passion);
- Deutsch: über Dinge sprechen;
- Evolutionary biology: play god.
I am considering cladistics as a career.
Just before school began, I went camping in Cape Cod, Massachusetts (for all of a day), and managed to lug both Lomo Fisheye and Submarine underwater for some fun shots. Some of the shots in this post are from before my camping trip, but I figured I would consolidate my favorites into one post.
These were all taken with the Lomo Fisheye camera and cheap ISO 200 35 mm color Fujifilm.
Way to start the post off with a picture that was obviously not taken underwater, Self. This is from Roger Williams Park in Providence, RI, USA.
Desaturated in Photoshop, but otherwise untouched. Cape Cod, MA, USA.
Cape Cod, MA, USA.
Scum is nice. Cape Cod, MA, USA.
Most people really like this photo of me. I think I know why. Rochester, NY, USA.
I don't know who this guy is; he's been following me and living in my house for the past two years. As portrayed above, he is clearly employing mating tactics on my camera. Terrifying! Rochester, NY, USA.
The boy's mother grew these smashing tomatoes. Aren't they pristine? Cape Cod, MA, USA.