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ebilflindas 7:07am, 30 December 2006
My Daily Photo Diary, November

Just the images, please!

ONE MONTH TO GO!!!
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ebilflindas 12 years ago
haha! I'll be right over, !
ebilflindas 12 years ago
05 Feb 07

Once again, for those of you sloggin' through the sub-zeroes, I present one of those shots that reminds me how good it is here. I can romanticize about the virtues of living in "weather" and "seasons", but I do love being able to put up something like this in the middle of winter.

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msspider66 12 years ago
Even though I am a winter/fall person, it is too damn cold today. Thanks for bringing a bit of warmth to my day.

[Ms Spider66]
girlzoot PRO 12 years ago
My jealousy knows no bounds. Although it did get to fifty yesterday. We saw the sun in Colorado, how we have missed it.

Girlzoot Gadding About
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Ladybadtiming PRO 12 years ago
lramiro520 12 years ago
*sniffle*...I walked home in -10 degree windchill weather last night..*sniffle* I miss the sun *sniffle, sniffle* :)

Great shot!

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dda1605 12 years ago
Great picture. What a sky......
(Didier 2007 )
sunshinecity 12 years ago
hey!! it's not fair for you to post such tropical pictures like that.... it rained here today!!!
= (

~ sunshinecity,
a picture, a story
CollardGreens PRO 12 years ago
Ok - good - thanks - I think I'll go sit under the sun lamp now...

Good one - nothing like a western sunset....

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ebilflindas 12 years ago
06 Feb 07

Old Friends

3-Card Draw
eelend PRO 12 years ago
Can you see the future?
ebilflindas 12 years ago
I'll let you know tomorrow, ...
ebilflindas Posted 12 years ago. Edited by ebilflindas (member) 12 years ago
07 Feb 07

San Diego Symphony Field Trip

Copley Symphony Hall

Today I accompanied my son's kindergarten class to see the San Diego Symphony. They put on a program for school kids that introduces children to the symphony and orchestra. To keep it interesting, they played film scores and themes from movies that the kids would recognize. They even played a little "Name That Tune" with the kids before each selection. I was surprised at how many kids recognized the theme from Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom; however, I was not so surprised to hear the children squeal with recognition when the celesta delicately tinkled with the first few notes from Harry Potter's theme.

When we were seated an announcement was made that photography was not allowed, with or without flash. So of course, with my phone on silent, I waited for the opportunity to snap a couple surreptitious shots! (There I go, setting the example...)
Jonathan Riverwalker 12 years ago
gasp!!
CollardGreens PRO 12 years ago
Bad phone...BAD phone !

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BellaGaia PRO 12 years ago
i'm telling!!!!!!
~magpie~ PRO 12 years ago
That looks like a pier I used to know in South Carolina...

So were the cards right??

Erica Day by Day 2007
girlzoot PRO 12 years ago
I love when buildings are as beautiful as the music or art or theater being performed there.

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MarySesami 12 years ago
very naughty ;)
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lramiro520 12 years ago
And the rebel in you emerges...

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AliThinks 12 years ago
Bad Ebil Flindas! ;-)

Aren't field trips fun? This one sounds especially cool.

Alison
Яick Harris PRO Posted 12 years ago. Edited by Яick Harris (member) 12 years ago
Yay for field trips -- boo for no photography. I can understand "no-flash" -- but no photography at all?

Just wait until I get my photographic implants.
ebilflindas 12 years ago
Breathe, , breathe! ;)
Bad, , but oh so good!
I dare you, !
The thing with the cards is you can make 'em fit in hindsight. So, yeah, in some ways, they were right.
It is indeed beautiful, .
Well, since I can't really get into much trouble nowadays, I gotta get my thrills somehow!
Yay, field trips, indeed! And this group of kids is really a good bunch--individually and as a whole. Although, it's also good when several grownups can come along and share in the kid-wrangling!
ebilflindas 12 years ago
08 Feb 07

I took plenty of photos today (many of them at my son's school for Family Science Night, but it was my last shot of the day that I present to you:

DSCF6767

(Oops! I guess this was the next to the last shot.)

I love snapping shots while driving. It's the ultimate in letting go--not of the wheel, silly, but of the desire to take a perfectly framed/focused/composed shot. Results can be especially nice with night shots, when lights and illuminated objects can be blurred, yet still look kinda cool.
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girlzoot PRO 12 years ago
One of my favorite things that Annie Leibovitz ever said was that she started taking photos on her family's road trips because looking out the car windows was a natural framing. No matter what you take it looks like you meant to frame it in the window.

Which is why I love car shots too!! 8^)

Girlzoot Gadding About
AliThinks 12 years ago
Yes, I love to take photos out the car window, too!

Alison
BellaGaia PRO Posted 12 years ago. Edited by BellaGaia (member) 12 years ago
i took one earlier this week of a lady talking on the phone and smoking at the same time -- I couldn't believe it... well, yes, i could, but i ticked me off! i went off and did a little note taking on your photo to highlight my favorite part :-)
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Ladybadtiming PRO 12 years ago
your tarot cards look amazing
do they say anything about the colour of the future of this group ?

[LadyBadTiming / snapshooting my life away, day after day, after day, after day]
drab chicken [deleted] 12 years ago
driveby photography *is* fun. how do you like shooting from the hip?
ebilflindas 12 years ago
Thanks for visiting. The thing with driving-while-shooting is that many times I miss shots I'd really like to get--due to safety reasons or simply because I'd noticed them too late to snap the shot.
I don't know why more people don't get some sort of hands-free set-up for driving. I mean, think what else that woman might be able to do if she had a bluetooth earpiece! She could talk, smoke, and apply her mascara!
And thanks for leaving the notes. Yeah, the one you marked with "Ew," was just that...ew.
I don't think we need cards to tell us how well this group has done, is doing, and will continue to do!
Shooting from the hip is fun, too, . Although, it is how I became a single dad. ;-)
drab chicken [deleted] 12 years ago
haha! buddy, you're a pip.
Osbornb PRO 12 years ago
I recognize the El Cid statue in Balboa Park.

I've been meaning to mention to you that I was interested to read about your podcast interests. The Dawn & Drew Show is one I've known about but never subcribed to. Have heard them often on the DSC. I've been listening to podcasts since early 2005. Couldn't do without them. What else to you listen to?
2007 in photos or bust
AllanThinks 12 years ago
I know shooting photos while driving is as bad as talking on a cell phone (which I won't do), but I still love taking photos that way.

I try to not do it when there is any other traffic on the road.

Allan
Jonathan Riverwalker Posted 12 years ago. Edited by Jonathan Riverwalker (member) 12 years ago
i dont do the shots-from-the-car thing - although one day a few weeks ago i was pouring cofffee from my thermos into the cup while driving and talking on the phone - they say you are four times more likely to die - so maybe next time i will pull over - but i do take a lot of shots literally from the hip (which btw .. nah wont go there - but we have somethings in common ;P)
i sometimes shoot from the hip so people wont know im shooting - had a great camera for that in PEI - the body twisted - no one EVER knew which way i was shooting - if i was doing a portrait people would say "Ah hello, im over here." - anyway this is getting long, sorry
it's just that i too love the effects you get just snapping quickly - almost all my indoor shots yesterday were done that way - like this shot of a fiddle
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ebilflindas 12 years ago
Yeah, I just noticed that on your diary also. My regular p'cast listening includes:
The Small World
Distorted View Daily (caution: not for delicate ears!)
the 7th Son podcast novel (sci-fi thriller)
Scott Sigler's podcast novels (horror/thriller)
Coverville (music/cover songs)
Dave's Lounge (electronic music)
Best of the Left
BLARM! (a sassy gal in St. John's, Newfoundland--familiar, Skip G?)
Escape Pod (sci-fi shorts)
Pseudopod (horror shorts)
the PK and J Show (another couple-cast like Dawn & Drew) and
This American Life

Whew! How's that for some listening?

Well, , I use a bluetooth earpiece to keep my hands free, and I'm only shooting a Fuji F470--little pea-shooter--so it's easy to take no-look shots. Now if I had a big gun like you, there's no way I could do it--let alone try to set up the light tent while driving! ;-)

Haha, more in common, ? Sounds like it, especially when I read about the feelings you have for "the Boy"! When my son still drank from a sippy-cup, I used to refill it for him while driving! o.O
~magpie~ PRO 12 years ago
I dig the drive-by shots too... I'm sure there'll be one or two in my diary at some point.

Erica Day by Day 2007
ebilflindas 12 years ago
09 Feb 07

DSCF6775

I thought I'd killed it.
ebilflindas 12 years ago
10 Feb 07

It ain't the size of the dog in the fight...

DSCF6794

Looking at some old photos, I got nostalgic for my old film camera today. I caught the photo-bug some 5-6 years ago when I visited New York City for the first time, with nothing but a couple disposable cameras. I was so disappointed by the prints I got back that I figured I wanted to try taking pictures with a "real" camera. I borrowed a friend's old Canon AE-1 for about a week, after which I decided to get my own. For $100 I got the camera in the photo above--the Kalimar KX5000. A "student" camera with nothing automatic, it was perfect for me to learn the basics. I carried my trusty shooter around everywhere, I shot everything and anything...I even photographed friends in bands and gave them the photos--just for the joy of getting some nice shots of them.

Alas, the poor thing developed a light leak; which was fine, since I was fast discovering how expensive a hobby photography can become.

While I may never go back to shooting film, I'm glad I learned the basics on a basic, film camera.

The photos in the photo (let's see if I get reprimanded for this one) are only a handful of all the shots that were taken with the Kalimar. I shot 'em with the digital and posted them on my stream if you'd like to see them individually.
CollardGreens PRO 12 years ago
I agree with you on the film vs. digital issue - I still have 30 year old Vivitar all manual - still works and works well. Bought it new when I didn't have a pot to piss in - never regreted learning the basics from there.

You can't kill hibiscus !! Nice close up - I never get tired of looking down the throats of flowers.

CollardGreens: Oops
leesure PRO 12 years ago
I thought I recognized the pier from 2/5. i'll be out that way at the end of March for the 1/2 Ironman in Oceanside. You better arrange for better weather than the last 2 years when it was 60 and raining. :(
Jonathan Riverwalker Posted 12 years ago. Edited by Jonathan Riverwalker (member) 12 years ago
i dont think youll have to worry about the montage - leroyer is out and he was the only one who ever seemed to care about that... great story about how u got started

mine would go something like this
at mt rushmore with an instamtic - developed 24 blurry pictures of a chipmunk - hahahahaha
lramiro520 12 years ago
I first caught the photobug when my dad bought me my first "real" camera as a gift--a brand new Minolta flim SLR--in 2000. Of course technology was way into the automatic features by then. So now that I'm a little older and appreciate photography much more I'm trying to push myself to learn more about what I never did once I got my first camera: Master the basics. It's so tempting to trust the preset options on cameras today and let them do the complicated work for you. But you really appreciate the art in a much more deeper way when you throw all of that automation to the side for a while. Your photos are excellent. Knowing that you did not use any automatic settings to take those photos--not to mention with a film camera-- demands respect.

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Sandra.Pi Posted 12 years ago. Edited by Sandra.Pi (member) 12 years ago
06 Feb 07: heyy!! you can read the future??? i love those cards, not a fan of knowing my future but i like the ilustrations on them, a lot :)

Sandrapi
bunæn PRO 12 years ago
Yeah, I agree with the advantages of learning on a basic film camera. My dad, a pro, taught me on a Yashica D twin lens reflex back in '65.
ebilflindas 12 years ago
Vraiment? You can't kill hibiscus? And here I thought I resurrected it with coffee grounds and dishwater!

I'll see what I can do, but just in case, it would be cool to be there to snap you at the finish!

The Guru is out as in O-U-T, or just out on a milk run?
Any of those chipmunk shots floating around? ;-)
(In my head I'm hearing, "Mama don't take my Kodakhrome away..."

Thank you! When I try to think back on those days, I can't imagine taking all those pictures without "chimping"--shooting film manually is truly letting go since you don't get immediate results.

I wouldn't say I can read the future...I can lay down some cards and find convenient correlations between past events and the imagery on the cards--which then leads to speculative readings as to how the cards might represent possible events that have yet to come to pass. The illustrations on this particular deck are the reason I picked it.
ebilflindas 12 years ago
Yo MC B! Rockin' the Yashica D!
ebilflindas 12 years ago
11 Feb 07

When the Sick Hits the Fan

When the sick hits the fan

I woke up this morning
couldn't roll outta bed
'cuz I felt like an alien's baby
was hatchin' in my head

I got the blues...
I got the what's-been-goin-round blues
girlzoot PRO 12 years ago
I understand your pain. Feel better soon.

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Jonathan Riverwalker 12 years ago
ill look for those chipmunk shots but im not too confident - of course they are easy to reproduce
hope you're feeling better soon
Oh, poor dear... So sorry to learn that you're ill! Hope you'll be better by Wednesday...you're somebody's Valentine! :~>
I've fallen in love with your ADORABLE son; your photos of him are irresistible...
There are so many wonderful pix in your diary... I don't comment every time I visit, but I do admire them. Recently, the yellow hibiscus is, as we say in NYC, "to die for," among other marvels!

charmante's New York City 2007
ebilflindas 12 years ago
Thank you all. My thera-flu/Glenfiddich toddy is starting to kick in--at least my skin doesn't feel like turn-of-the-century parchment at the moment--and I'm going to bed.

Maybe I'll pour some more salt water up my nose again...
G'nite all.

No kisses--I don't wanna get you sick!

Oh and thank you for the nice words, , and the invite to the 3 Fates group. We'll see about a Valentine, though. If there is one in store, I'll find out this weekend...but that's a story for another day! ;-)

Unless you were talking about my boy, in which case, yeah, but he's my Valentine everyday!

Ok, alright.

Besos...(to hell with being sick!)
CollardGreens PRO 12 years ago
OH yeah - voodoo coffee grounds and dishwater - I forgot about the magic there !!

The flu/cold season this year (brought on by global warming probably) has been a hard one...we just got over a good bout - bon courage...

CollardGreens: Oops!
MarySesami 12 years ago
Hope you are feeling better soon, cute poem.

MarySesami's 2007
Osbornb PRO 12 years ago
Thanks for the podcast rundown. I used to listen to Coverville a lot but then it kind of got crowded off the playlist. It's a great show. I'll have to check out some of the others on your list. Hope you feel better soon!
2007 in photos or bust
BellaGaia PRO 12 years ago
yeah, even I can't kill hibiscus...... hope you're all better now
ebilflindas 12 years ago
13 Feb 07

Wow, I'm feeling worlds better. Not so flu-like anymore; just a stuffy head and cough. Along with aggressive vitamin C dosing, liquids, and lots of rest, I've discovered for myself the age-old yogic tradition of jala neti--water cleansing or nasal irrigation.

Say hello to my little friend(s)...

Neti pot and Himalayan salt

Oh.
My.
Adonai.

Meet my new best friends--a neti pot and pink Himalayan salt.

Growing up, whenever I was sick, my Dad would suggest that we go down to the beach and snort up a snoot full of salt water. Of course, I always declined with an incredulous, "No way!" I mean, call me crazy, but getting water up my nose, especially at the beach, was something I tried not to do.

And of course, the older I get, the more I discover how much I could have learned from my Dad if I'd just been more open and trusting. Not that he's gone, but he does live in the Philippines now, and it's been 10 years since I've seen him.

I think I've got a letter to write...
lramiro520 12 years ago
You've taught me something new today! So have you tried this nasal cleaning thing before? Let me know how it works. It sounds interesting.

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ebilflindas 12 years ago
Well, , I tried to do it the last couple days--see my 11 Feb photo. I was using what I can only describe as an oil separator, which is technically the right idea, but not specific enough a tool. The spout's straight edges don't create a seal on the nostril, and the fully open top prevents you from tilting past the water level. These are the two key points to the neti pot--the rounded spout rests comfortably against the nostril, creating a seal, and the semi-covered top allows you to tilt up to 90º, resulting in greater water pressure.

So no, I'd never really tried it before--and now I'll never not do it again! It feels soooooo good, I plan to incorporate it into my daily routine.
drab chicken [deleted] 12 years ago
mr salt and mrs ...neti pot say HULLO STEVE (and hello also to Steve's cuter but totally inferior brother Joe)
*burps baby paprika

ebil, you've inspired me to write my dad as well.
lramiro520 12 years ago
OH, by the way...Do you listen to Rex Navarette?? A friggin' HILARIOUS Filipino comedian!! If not, I've gotta email you some audio clips :)

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AliThinks 12 years ago
We have a blog friend who loves her neti pot. I've never tried it, but I am a fan of Himalayan sea salt...on my food! Glad you are feeling better!

Alison
leesure PRO 12 years ago
Glad to hear you're feeling better. Have to try the salt snort next time. Thanks for the tip...thank ur dad for me too.

Lee
ebilflindas Posted 12 years ago. Edited by ebilflindas (member) 12 years ago
lol! I briefly met the diminutive Steve Burns when he played a show at the Casbah here in San Diego. I'd say he's about five-one or -two; and considerably less bubbly than his on-screen persona. It was weird to see him smoking!

Actually (and this is going to sound bad), my brother knows him (Bay Area API community). Yes, his original stuff is un-effing-believably funny; however, I caution you against viewing his follow-up dvd, Badass Madapaka (for others, it's a phonetic pun that loses all humour once explained). It's basically the same stuff, rehashed into slightly different jokes. Along the same vein, do you ever visit www.engrish.com/? Be sure to put your drink down before reading anything there!
Thank you! I feel 1000% better, although I can feel my throat getting sore. Now I can gargle with the Himalayan salt! And yes, it is yummy stuff. If I was for some reason unclear before, I HIGHLY recommend the use of the neti pot! You'll love me for it!
lramiro520 12 years ago
Thanks for the Engrish recommendation. I'll be sure to check it out soon. I haven't checked out the Badass DVD yet. Too bad it's not as funny...But I guess you can only go so far just on that sort of humor alone!

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drab chicken [deleted] 12 years ago
omg @ Steve smoking!
i'd bet my notebook that the dude prefers fruity drinks to beer.
eelend PRO 12 years ago
letters are always welcome
BellaGaia PRO 12 years ago
happy valentine's day, emil :-)
charmante (via kindle) PRO Posted 12 years ago. Edited by charmante (via kindle) (member) 12 years ago
Happy Valentine's Day to you and your son! (Yeah, I was referring to him...your everyday Valentine :~> )
Looks like the msg I wrote yesterday disappeared... Perhaps it never got beyond "preview"... Forgive me!
I wanted to say how glad I am that you're feeling better! Also, how warmed I am from your palm tree (Feb. 5) today... We had a little icy snowfall overnight. Thanks for the ocean view, too...

charmante's New York City 2007
ebilflindas Posted 12 years ago. Edited by ebilflindas (member) 12 years ago
14 Feb 07

Ok, I may not know how to make a bechamel sauce, let alone a lasagna, but I sure as shit know how to, excuse my French, fuck up some ramen!

Ramen Deluxe!

Along with chicken adobo (see my Jan 2 post), ramen is a huge comfort food for me and for my son, too--he asks for it as "noodles and soup". Knowing it doesn't have much to offer nutritionally, I try to doll it up as best I can, and hope some of those nutrients make it into our bodies. What you see in the picture is what I ate--my boy wouldn't look at it twice except to say, "What is that stuff?!"

So, in the soup are a couple carrots, an onion, scallions, and 3 cloves of garlic. On top is hato konbu, or prepared seaweed, and cilantro.

Oh, and the pink bowl wasn't meant for Valentines Day, but there it is.
Happy Love Day!
drab chicken [deleted] 12 years ago
it's very pretty but i'm with your boy on this
AllanThinks 12 years ago
I know ramen isn't the most nutritional thing one can eat, but I have a soft spot for it, especially Masala seasoned ramen that I get at a local Indian market.

I like the way you dolled this up.

Ever since I first read about the neti pot on a friends blog, I have started seeing them on some local pharmacy shelves. They must be catching on.

I should probably try one. I've had congestion since a mid-December cold. I currently just keep a can of Simply Saline at hand, but maybe I need to try the 'firehose' approach of the neti.

That pink salt rocks. We keep a grinder full of it in the kitchen.

Allan
ebilflindas 12 years ago
Alright kids
We're off for love and adventure in lands to the East.
I'll post as I'm able...
leesure PRO 12 years ago
Hmmmm, that looks kinda yummy!

I hope you and your son had fun eating it.


Leesure
Jonathan Riverwalker 12 years ago
???
did i miss something - where - what - huh??
hmmm??
drab chicken [deleted] 12 years ago
(he and his boy are going on a trip)
BellaGaia PRO 12 years ago
bon voyage .... miss u :-( the ramen pix is excellent -- great vibrant colors and looks yummy too! especially in the pink bowl..... how long r u gone for?
BellaGaia PRO 12 years ago
OMG == engrish.com is hella funny.... definitely don't visit with a full bladder!
drab chicken [deleted] 12 years ago
i love engrish.com!!!!!
AliThinks 12 years ago
Oh! Noodles!

And oh! Voyage!

Bon Voyage, bonne route, et cetera!

Alison
Innamorata Crush 11 years ago
Happy Love Day!!
come back soon
<333
bunæn PRO 11 years ago
One can only imagine how hilarious our Kanji tattoos are.
ebilflindas 11 years ago
You got some tattoos to share, Buns? ;-)

Ok, I'm back! Thanks for the well wishes everyone! We had a lot of fun, but where I was hoping the dry, Arizona desert would help dry out our colds, the hot, dry wind actually exacerbated my son's cough. We came home a day early--on Sunday--and almost immediately, my son's cough abated.

I will now share with you some photos from the few days we were gone...

15 Feb 07

Leaving California

DSCF6835

With clear skies and the wind to our backs, we headed East.
While it's only a 5 hour drive, we crossed into the next time-zone,
so we actually got to Tempe at 11:00 pm, rather than the more reasonable 10pm that my dashboard clock read.
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Ladybadtiming PRO 11 years ago
ebilflindas 11 years ago
16 Feb 07

Whenever I visit someone, I like to cook for them if I'm able.
I don't drink very often at home--my boy can't handle his liquor ;-) --so I like to indulge a little, too. The beaujolais was for me, while the reisling was chilling in the 'fridge, waiting for Ariel (you'll have to check my stream to catch a shot of her).

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ebilflindas 11 years ago
17 Feb 07

On top of 'A' Mountain

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180º view of Tempe, AZ, from atop 'A' Mountain--it's actually got a real name, but there's a giant concrete letter 'A' on one side of the 'mountain', hence the nickname.

After climbing up this thing, in the hot wind, my son couldn't stop coughing. He coughed all night. And the next morning. And all the way home. Over night with a humidifier, and he was all better. Mostly.
ebilflindas Posted 11 years ago. Edited by ebilflindas (member) 11 years ago
18 Feb 07

Rider on the Storm

Rider on the Storm

Saw some funky cloud formations on the ride home.
This one didn't actually look so sinister when I saw it.
It wasn't until I pumped the contrast and saturation a bit that the piratey looking skull popped out.
ebilflindas 11 years ago
19 Feb 07

It was a good thing we came home a day early.
The rain came down heavy overnight and throughout the next day.
On my way back from picking up some prints,
I saw the sun pierce the rain clouds for a moment before it set.

More rain to come
BellaGaia PRO 11 years ago
very sinister and stormy looking clouds.... missed u -- glad you're back with us :-)

what did you cook?
lramiro520 11 years ago
I would love to visit AZ one of these days. I've heard such awesome things about it. I dig your panorama. Mountaintop views are incredible.

The Other Side Of The Fence
ebilflindas 11 years ago
Thanks, T, I missed you, too! I cooked chicken adobo, partly because I do it well (it's easy enough to make, but it can be easily screwed up, too) and partly because our host lives in Arizona now, and can't get any Filipino food (she's from Seattle, where she could get some grub at her friend's house).

I would recommend northern Arizona, where the terrain is more varied than the flat dry desert of southern AZ.
bunæn PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by bunæn (member) 11 years ago
Nope, no ink. I figure why make it easy for the Man (wait! I'm the Man).

If I did have one it would say "born to raise serious concerns"

Those are some pretty bad photos my man. Your stuff is on fire!
BellaGaia PRO 11 years ago
The 19th photo is beautiful -- I love when the sun peeks out from a storm bank like that...... Emil!, dude, I SO went to school with a bunch of pinoy peeps! I love me some chicken adobo, lumpia and pancit! I'll be all tabot choy eating that fried food, but it's good! Hmmm, you've inspired me maybe i'll do some adobo tonite at home.....
~magpie~ PRO 11 years ago
*laughing at buns*

A good friend of mine lives in Tempe. We hiked up somewhere, but don't remember the A on the mountain...?

Erica Day by Day 2007
ebilflindas 11 years ago
Well, if you look on the right side of the pano, you'll see Sun Devil Stadium poking out--so it's right there in the middle of campus. Not much of a mountain--the path is even paved nearly to the top, so there really isn't much climbing involved. It is quite a 'hike', though.

Ooh, MagandaGaia, down with the PinoyStyle! Let's hear how your adobo came out!

Buns, you rock! Have you seen the Borat movie-film? On the soundtrack, there's a great cover of Born to be Wild, and I can totally hear your words being growled to it...
Born to raise concer-r-r-rns
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Yow ! Go away for a few days to recharge and bang ! Great cloud with skull photo - I had a run with the faces for a while - glad they moved to you...a bit scarey ! Sounds like the trip was just what you needed. Welcome back...

CollardGreens: Oops!
ItinerArts 11 years ago
Yes, scary clouds!
ebilflindas 11 years ago
22 Feb 07

Folding@Home

Throwing in my lot in the fight against cancer and other diseases.
Innamorata Crush 11 years ago
"Whenever I visit someone, I like to cook for them if I'm able." Utterly charming tidbit.
haha deep purple -fantastic sky
and xoxox re your last
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Folding...good use of computer time. Bravo.

CollardGreens: Oops!
BellaGaia PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by BellaGaia (member) 11 years ago
Ha Ha, the operative word in my post was "maybe" i got home at 8 and was dead to the world by 8:30..... been burning the candle at both ends....didn't have any dinner at all :-(
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