Monthly Archives: February 2007

A clear winter’s day downtown

(February 6th) Just a random street shot near my office. I was actually taking pictures of the hoarfrost in the nearby Japanese garden, but none of them really turned out.


I refuse to tell you what this is, #1

(February 5th) A very experimental shot… But Picasso did it first.

One big happy family

(February 4th) Somehow, this just looked better in B&W.

I fold.

His Opa must be so proud:

(February 3rd)

Otherwise occupied

So here’s the deal: You tell me how to set up Postfix, Courier-IMAP, and Cyrus-SASL to set up an encrypted and authenticated mail server on Gentoo, and I’ll have time to take pictures instead of shouting at my server all night.


Now that the birds have found our birdfeeder, and we’re keeping it filled, they keep coming back. This chickadee was giving me a hard time, flitting back and forth between the tree and feeder:

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Snow over the tropics

For Jan 31st: the skylight in CitiPlace mall, with the sun shining in on some tropical-looking plants that I’m sure are fake.

Household detritus

A little Photoshopping to make the picture look a little old. That’s artsy, y’know.

(This is my January 30th picture, for those of you keeping score at home.)

Hello, Mr. Blue Sky!

After days and days of gray, finally some blue sky on January 29.

I’ve taken sky-and-trees shots like this before, but this is one of the first ones that I’ve actually been happy with — I think because so much of the frame is filled. Normally they come out pretty boring, but I think this one is actually kind of interesting.