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Cliche

Photographs of cats have unfortunately become rather cliche of late.

Too bad. I like this photo.

This cat sat there staring at us from the Kotor wall while we photographed it. Her kitten was more camera shy.

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    Aging

    I love the character in wood. It’s fantastic to work with and every peice is unique in it’s own right.  This was just a random stump halfway up a mountain in Montenegro.

    I’m going to be doing a number of updates this week to counter the lack of new photos in the last couple months.

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      Wally

      The Good: Crusing around in this thing was pretty amazing. Like cruising around in a Lamborghini limo (if they even make those).

      The Bad: It was a pig to drive, a nightmare for the engineers, as reliable as a watch from a Looky Looky guy and as the photo illustrates, had to be towed everywhere.

       

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        Thistle?

        We went hiking up the mountain behind Kotor. We kept running accross this “thistle” which looked dead and dried out except for a flash of color in the stems near what I assume is the remnants of the flower.  They were rather striking however difficult to photograph. I’m not sure I like the results however it’s all I have this week as my priorities are elsewhere with the holidays and all.

        Happy New Year

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          From the top

          We managed to get a little climbing in last week. This is a shot from the top. There were two routes there that we had to play with. the first was quite easy but was perfect as a warm up and offered a challenge to those to had never climbed before. Everyone including those that had never climbed before managed to complete it which made for a really fun day. the second route was rather challenging with multiple overhangs but was quite fun. Unfortunately none of us completed it. Those of us that attempted it all managed to get everything but the last hold.

          Taking this photo was rather interesting as I was climbing with my entire pack on my back including four lenses and all my other outdoor gear. I’ve never had this extra weight climbing before and it really changes your center of gravity and how your body reacts to holds.

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