Monday, July 31, 2006

Self Reflection

A reflection of me in Lake Cabot!
I saw my shadow in the water while I was taking other pictures and thought it would be cool.

Nice Daddy!

These are the only couple of pictures taken of me during our recent camping trip to Quebec. These two pictures were taken by Travis (Jen's cousin) an hour or so before we left for home on the last day. I told him, "Dude, here's my camera. Get a couple of me in there, will ya!"
.......and he did.

Around St. Come, Quebec

These are scenes around the town of St. Come, Quebec.
Our cabin was approximately 15 to 20 miles from this town, which was the closest and only lifeline to the camping area. We had to pickup some provisions and other items on our second day at camp. What we noticed were lots of little boats placed on lawns like pink flamingos. We inquired and found out that the people of St. Come were promoting and celebrating an upcoming "Song and Water" Festival.

Broken Wing

We rescued this dragonfly from the lake, precisely Lake Cabot. We were wondering why this little critter was struggling on top of the water. Travis scooped it up with a boat oar and gently placed it on a pine tree branch. We noticed it had a broken wing.
For a moment, it reminded me of my co-worker, Sherrie with her broken foot!

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

I'm Back!!

Okay, Folks! I'm back!!

I've completed my wonderful camping trip and my mini vacation. The camping, location, lake, food, scenery, cabin, the company, and the peace of mind was great. We ate, drank, swam, canoed, explored, photographed, played, joked, and enjoyed life. I took over 600 pictures during the camping trip and most of them came out really awesome. You can check them out HERE!

p.s. The Malaysian Airlines Boeing 747 is courtesy of Chaity from TrekEarth.

Hazy Tower

Captured the UVM Water Tower with my cellphone while performing some tech support work for a user in one of the buildings.

Thursday, July 20, 2006

Not Available

Notice To My Blog Fans:

I will be away with my family on a camping trip from July 21 through July 25.
Therefore, I will not be blogging for a few days, but I will post the pictures from my trip when I get back.
Will see ya soon!



I was recently introduced to TrekEarth by my wife, who found this site while searching for some pictures of some places in Quebec.

I have become a member and have been posting daily (one picture a day quota). I receive critiques on my pictures and offer critiques to others. The images on this site are quite stunning and it's making me learn a few things about photography. I'm enjoying it very much.

Here is my PROFILE on TrekEarth. Please critique my pictures as you please. Keep in mind that the darker the smiley, the more points I get. Also, I benefit and move up in rating if you select my pictures as "useful." Thanks for visiting.

Wednesday, July 19, 2006


I still got a darn tan despite being brown and beautiful already!
I don't need no tan, I'm brown enough!

Lunch at The U-Mall

I had lunch at the mall last week with my posse, Mark and Gordon. It was nice to step away and have a change from our usual cafeteria at work.
......yes, offcourse, we did some people watching!

Monday, July 17, 2006

Red, White, and Blue!

So, what's the deal here?
How short is too short?
Are some people color blind? Do they dress up in the dark? Since when blue and red went together in this manner?
Why not wear undergarments on the outside like Madonna does?

Perfect American moment - red, white, blue, and blond!!

They Call Me Mellow Yellow!

Some call this sexy but some call it "white trash!"
Now, should underwear be this revealing in public? If so, then what's the point of wearing pants and shirts?? Well, it's time to ponder!

New Pool

I bought a new easy-set pool a few days ago and we set it up last weekend. It's a little late in the season but with the heat wave we've been having lately, this is pool is much welcomed by my family. The pool is huge for an easy set. It's 18 feet in diameter and 48 inches deep. I had to call the fresh water haulers for a load of water. The pool holds over 5000 gallons and the truck delivered 4200 gallons. We topped it off with the hose. We have a well and since my land sits on water, it wasn't a big deal. The pool was at around 64 degrees Fahrenheit when it was filled and it went up 10 degrees by the next day. It was at 84 degrees when I got back from work today.

Sunday, July 16, 2006

Dude in a Ferrari

Caught this Dude pimping in someone's Ferrari!

Checked out the Ferrari exhibition on Church St. on Saturday afternoon. It was a good opportunity to play with my new Nikon D50 camera. I bumped into my co-worker Anthony who introduced me to the owner of this car. He allowed me to sit in his car for some photo ops.
Click HERE to see more pictures from the Ferrari show.

Friday, July 14, 2006