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.