students walking along the snowy paths between buildings on campus, as seen from the 10th floor of the MacKimmie Library Tower.
2010/01/26: Change your perspective today. Make a photo from a bird’s eye view. Get out the chairs and ladders if you need to! #ds72
the +15 between BioSci and Science Theatres.
2010/01/25: Right (90-degree) angles can help define a composition. Make a photograph involving intersecting lines. (@lyzadanger) #ds71
the pathway along the south edge of Silver Springs, running along the edge of the Bow river valley
the calgary flames played the L.A. kings in the olympic saddledome – the flames won, despite having a defense that completely crumbled (again).
a fresh morning train begins to fill at the station at the end of the line
a thankfully uncrowded morning train.
2009/12/09: Black and white photographs are a classic look. Make one today and go for high contrast. Dark blacks and bright whites. #ds24
lines at the Crowfoot C-Train station, in a long exposure. There were maybe a dozen people walking through this shot, rendered invisible by time and light.
I took the bus and train this morning, chickening out of riding the icy paths – I’ll ride again on Tuesday (yay, long weekends!).
This was the first time I’ve taken the train from the new Crowfoot station. The whole trip, from the minute I stepped onto the bus near my house, to the minute I stepped off the train on campus, took less than half an hour.
Of course, I can ride it in exactly the same time…
we spent some time this morning at the Calgary Farmers Market. Probably the best market in the city, with great produce and even better food. mmmm…
a steady rain falls in the Bow River valley, as people walk along the pathway system along its edge.