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What Digital Camera Should I Buy Quiz
- Usually captures images with the help of a CCD chip. The image data received is then saved to special memory cards or other storage media. (SmartMedia, xD-Picture Card, Compact Flash, Memory Stick, SD Card, MMC Card)
- A digital camera (also digicam or camera for short) is a camera that takes video or still photographs, or both, digitally by recording images via an electronic image sensor.
- "Should I Stay or Should I Go" is a song by the English punk rock band The Clash, from their album Combat Rock. It was written in 1981 and featured Mick Jones on lead vocals. It became the band's only number-one single, a decade after it was originally released.
- Obtain in exchange for payment
- bargain: an advantageous purchase; "she got a bargain at the auction"; "the stock was a real buy at that price"
- bribe: make illegal payments to in exchange for favors or influence; "This judge can be bought"
- Pay someone to give up an ownership, interest, or share
- obtain by purchase; acquire by means of a financial transaction; "The family purchased a new car"; "The conglomerate acquired a new company"; "She buys for the big department store"
- Procure the loyalty and support of (someone) by bribery
Should I or shouldn't I?
You got to love them. Ravens, crows, and corvids. The Ravens of the Canadian Rockies were particularly bold, brave, brazen, and crafty. At Mosquito Creek camp, we couldn't scare them from our campsite by waving our hands or shouting. They wouldn't fly. We had to "escort" them out of camp and even then they were reluctant to leave.
So, when we arrived at the parking lot at Moraine Lake to take the Larch Valley hike, it was no surprise to find territorial ravens strutting around the parking lot looking for "food ops".
For a great look at the intelligence and behavior of ravens read Bernd Heirich's book: Mind of the Raven.
This particular raven flew in and perched on the windshield of a nice new convertible, parked at the Moraine Lake parking lot. A picnic basket inside the "top off" car, was more than this raven could stand.
The raven stared down at the picnic basket. People all around stared at the raven, wondering when he might make his move.
So I took a series of photos of the potential thief, then walked up to him and told him "You really don't want to do this do you?". He flew off and some of the people watching the scene laughed and gave a polite applause to the foiled raven's departure.
These are the photographs taken on the third day of our road trip. It was the best day of weather and best day for hiking and photographing on the entire road trip.
Thursday (Day three of our road trip) was by far the best day of the entire road trip and we covered a lot of ground. Since I sleep 8 hours and it is dark close to 12 hours, I woke up very early Thursday morning in my backpacking tent at Mosquito Creek campground. Fortunately so did J.J. - - so we got an early morning start on the day.
First a quick trip up to the Peyto (Pee Toe) Lake overlook, where JJ hoped to catch some early morning light on the lake. We had the overlook to ourselves until one large tour bus after another unloaded one large load of loud whooping tourists after another, but the light was flat and the sky uncooperative. We took what “memory” shots we could then bailed out heading south the way we had come. We stopped at Hector Lake for some morning reflection photos on our way to Moraine Lake.
At Moraine Lake we took the best hike of the road trip, up to Larch Valley. We had excellent weather and the larch were at their peek in color. What a wonderful experience.
After the hike we returned to the highway and headed north up through the northern half of Banff and all the way to Jasper. We found the lighting interesting and enjoyed having Athabasca Falls to ourselves, so we didn’t roll into Jasper until after dark.
We lucked out and got excellent rooms for two nights at the Marmot Lodge in Jasper. JJ and I gave our best well rehearsed routine for an “old timers’, AARP members, lodging discount”, which the nice people at the lodge generously gave us. It was starting to rain by then and I was glad to have a room motel room with a bedroom, kitchen, and living room, where I could lay out all my wet camping gear from the previous night’s camp out at Mosquito Creek.
We would spend all day Friday roaming the area around Jasper, but by then the weather had turned and we would see nothing but rain and low clouds, most of the time we were in Jasper National Park.
The story: Canada eh? Canadian Rocky Mountain Road Trip October 2011.
A one week road trip and a couple short day hikes in Kootenay; Banff; and Jasper National Parks and Peter Lougheed Provincial Park in Kananaski country.
The success of a road trip (or hike, or backpacking trip), many times is directly proportional to the amount of planning you put into before the trip. Deciding on what you want to see is best done before the trip when you have the time and tools such as maps, guide books, internet, plus the valuable photos and information you can access on flickr- to research the trip properly.
No doubt about it, with a road trip you can have fun by just “winging it” and even with a plan, a good road trip demands that you be willing to alter the plan at any time due to weather and what you find, once the road trip begins.
I have taken a fair number of road trips solo; many with my wife; and some with friends. Solo allows you total freedom to go where you like, stay as long as you like, and see the sights that are highest on you list. Freedom and independence.
The trouble then with a solo trip is you are limited by your own research, planning, and predilections - no consultation, collaboration, or collective pooling of ideas and possibilities. By default, you are restricted by the boundaries of your own knowledge and research.
On this road trip I “joined in” on a road trip my long time friend J.J. had planned. For those of you who may follow some of my photographs and trips on flickr, he was one of three who joined me on a backpacking trip into the Wind Riv
Whack that Clown
1. I was looking down at the camera...that's why my hair looks like that....but yeah it usually doesn't look like some raccoon nest.
2. In January, I pretty much was up to date with all the American and British shows I wanted to watch...so I moved on to Korean shows (few Japanese and Taiwanese) because they're so easily accessible. I've watched so many, I figured I might as well learn the language.
3. I really miss working with insects. Sometimes I'll see an insect photo on flickr and regret not continuing my interest in entomology. I should have majored in it.
4. I have a bad habit of talking to people (sometimes several times) and never asking for their names.
5. I've probably paid over $600 to the library over the past 14 years or so. Another bad habit of checking out tons of books and forgetting when they're due or forgetting to renew them.
6. I start thinking at midnight.
7. I can't sit through movies...even if I like a movie, I can't watch it all at once.
8. Every Thursday, I buy 24 fortune cookies...this week I had a strange one, asking "if my photographic memory was digital or film"....uh...neither?
9. I've recently received the nickname eagle eyes.
10. I want to punch facebook quizzes.
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