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You can't take a photo of this, it's already gone.

This week I have been mostly... sleepy

I have been mostly playing with my new Canon 5D Mk II

I'm currently reading... White Gold Wielder, Stephen Donaldson

I am mostly listening to... Muse

I am currently... Writing a paper

When I should be... Working harder

I am most looking forward to... The Muse concert on Thursday :)

This weekend I am... probably cooking an Easter dinner for everyone.

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I'm afraid my moblog's going to have scenery-diarrhoea for the next few days/weeks

swamprose says:

go ahead. I'm up for it. this is some of the best scenery in the country, except for up north...hope you got some sun.

16th Aug 2006, 02:50

Geodyne says:

Oh, no! Will we survive? Will we enjoy every moment of it?

I'm willing to bet the latter. Do your worst - I dare you! ;-)

16th Aug 2006, 07:29

Dhamaka says:

YAY for scenery...

16th Aug 2006, 08:08

FilbertFox says:

bring it on baby

16th Aug 2006, 08:42

Hell yeah, do you worst!

These are fantastic, more of the same please :)

16th Aug 2006, 19:02

Spiderbaby says:

We are not afraid of scenery.

16th Aug 2006, 20:17

Ok, you asked for it :)

I've actually taken way too many photos, so I'll probably be posting quite a few over the next week or two.

I've decided I can measure whether I've been taking too much holidays if I'm backlogged on moblog!

17th Aug 2006, 08:08

crickson says:

I like the top one - are you really that high up in the clouds?

17th Aug 2006, 17:24

I think rogers pass is up to 1.3km above sea level in places, but you don't feel too high up because all the mountains are huge.

21st Aug 2006, 21:28

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