Other Things

This one time, back in August, a boy and I wandered through the woods. Then I learned, while studying for the GRE, that a group of trees is called a “stand.” So next time you’re in the woods… you’re actually in a bunch of stands. Or something.

D3 ?!?

Did a couple of freelance assignments for The Capital again on Wednesday, they let me use a brand new Nikon D3. Glorious. In-between assignments, on the way back to my car, I attacked some flowers.

Further Untitled

First, some quotes. From Pink’s So What: “So, so what, I’m still a rock star I got my rock moves and I don’t need you And guess what, I’m havin’ more fun And now that we’re done I’m gonna show you tonight I’m alright, I’m just fine and you’re a […]


Work and school are still in full force, but Drake and I are over. The weather sure is lovely, though. Funny how a beautiful day makes you appreciate the small things. Like never regretting a dramatic green wall. Or that flowers are even better through a macro filter. Or a […]

Signs of Life

After several phone calls, $80, and some re-wiring, my scanner works. I probably should have purchased a new one, but its too late now. I’ve been all too busy with work, school, trying to find health insurance, and trying to get assignments from The Capital to have any sort of […]

Inclement Weather

President Obama is right… we are weather wimps. I had two dentist appointments, two classes, and two educational matinees canceled. That means a lot of time on my hands. Now that the snow is melted and my bosses are on vacation… I work approximately 30 hours between today and Sunday.


House-sitting while the parents are house-hunting… feed the cats, refill the humidifiers… eventually I got bored enough on my day off for a photo walk. I used to be afraid of the woods behind our homes, but time conquers all.

The Good, the Bad, and the Hopeful

GOOD: Yesterday I received my first check from The Capital. $35 for one published assignment. Its not a Pulitzer, but it officially launches me into the realm of professional photojournalism. Barely, but technically. Also, I got an e-mail from a videographer I met in Photoshop last semester saying he needed […]

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