I’ve been doing a daily habit of taking and posting photos to my flickr account since 2008 (where I post one selected to represent the best each day), and maintained the habit in my time at TRU. It’s easy when coming to a new place, as there are always new details, angles, kinds of light to try out.
Below is a slideshow of the album for my TRU photos.
As of March 5 (a week before I go), this includes 1118 photos. That is 134 days, so that’s an average of 8 photos a day posted to flickr.
Hmm, that seems low. I seem to average 20 while traveling.
But that’s the misleading thing about data; because I have gotten some photos I really am proud of.
I never tire of the sunset on the big mountains across the way (Peter and Paul) (or is Paul and Peter)?
I got out on the roads in the region… literally
And I lost a staring contest south of Vancouver
Explored the eye
Maybe my prize photo, one that got the Explore honor on flickr, and hit 10,000 views
Some black and white somberness
I find the clouds that roll in mesmerizing (as well as the wolf sculpture atop the Brown House of Learning)
And there is something about the continual puffing stack that catches my eye