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Category Archives: travel
it’s fun to see what you can achieve in under an hour, hence 2 videos of sub-1 hour rides in two days. virtually the same route as before, but i only included the really fun bit, not the whole 48 minute ordeal.
some work for the wind up radio sessions of montreal, canada to announce their new tour of eastern canada.
here’s one of their newer songs – diane.
left the office at 5pm. slept under this cliched, single tree, alone in a field. returned to the office for 9am.
kicking myself for not letting this fox come right to me.
here’s my bedroom at 5am this morning.
here’s my mate having breakfast before a day of being a deer.
stepped away from the madness and camped in the peak district, sheffield. came back to a world slightly altered.
someone we know fell off here, surprise view, and into the puddle at the bottom. escaped with only a broken ankle.
matt, he’s seen too much.
the barrier is a large lava dam between squamish and whistler that holds back the 3 lakes, including garibaldi lake, above it. it’s believed that if the barrier were to break it would release the lakes and cause major destruction to squamish and possibly as far afield as vancouver island.
these are clouds rising up the valley into the barrier canyon.
here’s the trailer to a project i’m glad to see got all the funding it deserved on kickstarter.
the pacific garbage patch is perhaps best described as a floating country of plastic debris, possibly twice the size of hawaii, too expensive for any country to want to clean up.
as intelligent as we can be, we’re still stupid.
this is one of the battleship islands in garibaldi provincial park, british columbia. this is also at night, the day before full moon. i just happen to have camped during every full moon for the past few months, i think on mostly clear nights. doesn’t make it easy to sleep.