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Thursday, March 08, 2007

Blogging the conference Day #1


6:40 AM, Raleigh-Durham International.


Calm as Hindu cows.


But with a view like that who wouldn't be.


Weird twisting cloud formation. Possibly a devastating tornado somewhere in Kentucky.


Chicago was covered in snow. We all regretted not having time to go outside and play.


Gray and freezing on the ground, but a mile above Chicago it's nothing but billowing heaven.


Riding public transportation.


That's right, public transportation. Contrary to what you might have heard in North Carolina, it actually does exist. In Portland at least.


The symbol for the Oregon lottery is literally a hand crossing its fingers.


Portland got some big ol' buildins.


The world's first high-tension power line was strung up between Portland and Millamette Falls on June 3, 1889. The historical marker for this was placed on a large rock, for some reason.

6 Comments:

Blogger C. L. Lowrance said...

This makes me happy.

3/08/2007 12:22:00 PM  
Blogger Joe Killian said...

Great pictures. What sort of camera are you using?

3/08/2007 01:29:00 PM  
Blogger Luke McIntyre said...

Chris: No, the changes we're making when we get back will make you happy.

Joe: A Kodak EasyShare C330. I'm not too thrilled with the quality, but it's good enough. What's more annoying is the pause between pressing the button and the picture actually being taken. There's no way to change shutter speed, so blurring is a problem. I want to invest in a nice one in the next few months, partially because the title "freelance photo-journalist" has a nice ring to it.

3/08/2007 09:17:00 PM  
Blogger Kitty said...

OMG you lucky sonsof $&#*%*#...

I have a Kodak EasyShare, not sure what model, but probably older than yours. It definitely has the same annoying delay problem. I guess it's just a fault of the EasyShare line in general.

3/08/2007 11:14:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the Oregon lottery symbol is the same as the British Lottery logo but with the colors inverted. Wonder who ripped off who's copyright.
-Dan

3/16/2007 01:55:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think it is willamette falls, since I have been there... unless you're referring to some other unknown place in oregon

4/02/2007 05:25:00 PM  

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