Tuesday, 11 February 2020

Library Lunchbreaking (Vol 8)

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In a nutshell: new job brought lunch hours, lunch hours brought regular walks, I brought camera (occasionally), I post photos from those walks.

Previous walk-capture concluded November so this one should display All The Winter, Right? Right? Oh well, at least the damp shroud of snot makes the artificial colours pop.



Thursday, 23 January 2020

Library Lunchbreaking (Vol 7)

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In a nutshell: new job brought lunch hours, lunch hours brought regular walks, I brought camera (occasionally), I post photos from those walks.

With previous walk-capture, and this, I *think* I'm through with November.
For a shorter walk I picked the hill-trajectory ascended "from behind". The goal was to capture some of the uphill-curving street and some graffiti around it.



Thursday, 16 January 2020

Library Lunchbreaking (Vol 6)

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In a nutshell: new job brought lunch hours, lunch hours brought regular walks, I brought camera (occasionally), I post photos from those walks.

Just like previous walk-capture, this one's from November. I meandered all over the hill but didn't take many pictures on route because it was too dark to get good images.


When I reached one of the overlook points on my way back, however, I propped the camera on a railing and took ALL the pictures with ALL the exposure. (The ambient was actually a lot darker than the results indicate. Or at least it felt darker. It was, like, four PM after all.)





Some tourist-y shots of the town hall and surroundings.




And finally, the dessert - the light-wrapped trees that bring me so much joy. (I included one of the better shots into November photo harvest as well, but there are more.)  Every time I see one of these, my brain thinks we're in a video game (take a wild guess, which one).





Some more material from last year still awaits. Stay tuned!

Tuesday, 7 January 2020

So I have been playing ... (152). From Darkscape to Rostok Factory [LADC]

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Last time I completed the X18 data quest and delivered the downloads to Veles. After that I didn't immediately want to push forward with the missions, so I'd be meandering about Darkscape some more.
The places I visit are a) heavy in anomalies, an b) heavy in mutants. My goal (of course) is to make b meet a.


Friday, 27 December 2019

Library Lunchbreaking (Vol 5)

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In a nutshell: new job brought lunch hours, lunch hours brought regular walks, I brought camera (occasionally), I post photos from those walks.

By November I'd developed two primary routes: one centered around the river banks, the other centered around the dome-hill. I'd concluded October's capture with a river-walk, so I decided to open new month's albums with a hill-walk.


Wednesday, 11 December 2019

November photo harvest

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Tuesday, 10 December 2019

Library Lunchbreaking (Vol 4)

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In a nutshell: new job brought lunch hours, lunch hours brought regular walks, I brought camera (occasionally), I post photos from those walks.

I thought that the previous walk-chronicle was the last of October, but then found another folder (several views of the same walk had made it to the month's photo-harvest cut.)



Wednesday, 4 December 2019

Library Lunchbreaking (Vol 3)

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In a nutshell: new job brought lunch hours, lunch hours brought regular walks, I brought camera (occasionally), I post photos from those walks.

So, the first and second captures revolved around the river. But I'd also noticed plenty of art when taking my walk to the nearby hill. So the third collection takes us there.