Hey man, good to hear from you!
Life is pretty good here in Soviet Cannuckastan: finished my undergrad degree, and i wasn't really sure what i wanted to do with my life, and i worked a couple temp jobs. The best one was for Elections Canada in an administrative position where i helped to organize the voting process in my local riding. And then after that it was pretty much a couple other office-assistant/monkey type positions at local businesses. It was boring stuff, but i had access to a computer, and the internet during work hours, so that made things a little easier.
Recently decided to hide myself away in an ivory tower, and was accepted into a grad program: and so i've just started my masters for political studies: it's a two year program, so it'll give me a little while to figure out what comes next. I start class this week; being back in a dorm room feels a little weird, but my classes all seem pretty interesting.
So, what’s new with you?
Oh, and congrats on being able to see the band: they killed it when i saw them play last summer. And i’ll be expecting some great photos!
Hey; the Peace Corps sounds incredibly exciting! I actually looked into possibly joining a little while ago, but it turns out only Americans are allowed in. Eastern Europe would be an incredibly cool place to be; a buddy of mine travelled through there last year and had such an amazing experience. Plus, meeting up with some bbs’ers would be pretty rad.
Europe was a lot of fun and a good way to blow off some steam after my last semester. Almost got dragged into a bar fight in Barcelona, not to mention getting swarmed by prostitutes from time to time. Went to a beach there which also turned out to be “clothing optional”. Drunkenly stumbled into a “live sex show” in Amsterdam..... which was incredibly awkward/surreal beyond belief. To be honest, the best part of the trip was checking out all these historical sites that i had only read about in history class; like Versailles was exactly as i had pictured it.
It's been far too long: how's life?
Happy BDAY Birch, have a great day!!
Woah sorry for ridiculously late response. HDR adds a lot of the lighting effects, but Adobe Lightroom can enhance these further. I would definitely have a play around with HDR techniques and see if you get desired outcomes.
So, I have been trying to be less annoying and stay on topic?
How am I doing?
Found this the other day. A bit one-sided, but still a fun read: http://www.cracked.com/article_18442...ind-dicks.html
Hi, sorry for late response feels like I spend less and less time here on the BBS nowadays! I used to use a Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ3, quite a standard point and shoot camera. However, last month I bought a Canon EOS 500D (EOS Rebel T1i in the States). Haven't got any new lenses for it yet, need to save up some cash! I can see this being a rather expensive hobby!
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