Your true traveller finds boredom rather agreeable than painful.
It is the symbol of his liberty - his excessive freedom.
He accepts his boredom, when it comes, not merely philosophically,
but almost with pleasure.

Aldous Huxley

Saturday, November 29, 2008

Finger Better

Finally things are better; at least for me... My friend just lost his small finger, thingee. The end of the night was so abrupt that I had to look on to Grey's anatomy to get some knowledge about the subject...

Friday, November 28, 2008

Struggle of the infinite Wisdom

The Scrible Tree.
Clockwise Geometry.

I finally got the Nikon D70 from my father!!! Amazing, great, picturesque, unimaginable, incroyable, and above all : cool!
I really missed shooting during this month without my good old SLR, and now that I have a digital one... it is just great. How can people live without camera...

So last week end Sabrina and me joined my father and his girlfriend to a small trip to Sutton to my uncle's house, which is really beautiful by the way. So I could try out my new gift in sunny outdoor conditions, on a sunny Sunday, in sunny Sutton. I shall upload my pictures when my computer will decide to be a bit faster, because I feel some hints of unwillingness from its part right now, I have to say.

May the leaf be the cathedral.

Monday, November 10, 2008

Stuck in Fall

Yes I moved again, fully conscious of the spronklishmint that could follow. But it is nice. There is picture of the view from the living room, with the Mont Royal in the background, and the night stretching its dirty arms toward us all. And my camera is in reparation so I am deprived of one of my favorite sport: taking pictures. So I stole Sabrina's new D80 to picturyks the sky when I came back from class (boring by the way). And fall goes on, as winter gets closer by the day, and that's it, because voilà.
But at least Obama won.