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Yesterday I met up with neomeruru/Moonshine at Out on Campus at SFU for some hanging out and such. spaz_own_joo left his phone at the Space, so we went on an epic adventure to try and find the LIDC where we knew he’d be findable. A serendipitous campus map was helpful.

We chatted with him for a while about school, work, and music. He casually mentioned listening to a lot of Ratatat recently, “which nobody but me has heard of”, so Moonie and I got to prove him wrong and gush about how much we love their music.

I think I’m now officially an indie music nerd. It was accidental, honestly—I think it must have rubbed off of darthmaus.

Moonshine and I left the mountain and met up with Maus. It was gloriously sunny by that point, so we three headed out to UBC in search of general pretty outdoors stuff. With my new camera in my “European carryall” (heh), I was taking pictures like a tourist. Some of them actually turned out.

We swung by the Museum of Anthropology only to find that it was already closed (they have absurdly early hours) so we headed down to Wreck Beach, which was a first for Moonie.

The weather was cooperative and got even better once we’d reached the bottom of Trail #6. Wreck is lovely and uncrowded on a sunny Wednesday. The water was a bit cold, but nice once I got used to it. The sandy bottom which, among other reasons, is why I prize Wreck above all other beaches around here, was luxurious as usual. Dinner was pizza and chicken-and-shiitake-mushroom buns from a rather nice and cheerful vendor, and it was very tasty.

Yesterday was an excellent day. There’s nothing quite like flaking out on a beach blanket in the sun with two hot naked women.

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Beautiful pictures. =) I especially like the one of the ocean and the hills. The slug wasn't too bad either. ;)

Sounds like you had tons of fun. =)

My favourite two are the shadows (just added that since I noticed I'd forgotten to before), and the one of the just-beginning sunset. I like the one of the ocean and hills, but it's too cluttered around the edges to have good composition...

Actually, I like the "clutter" around the edges, mostly because I'm into natural framing myself. While images that look like they stretch on to oblivion are nice, I tend to like the ones that give you referance of their size and grandeur. But that's just me and my preferances. =) Either way, they're all beautiful and very well done.

The sand is nice too. Wonderful textures. =)

There’s nothing quite like flaking out on a beach blanket in the sun with two hot naked women.

And yet, we see no pictures of that.

There are cheesecakey pictures of die Maus that I declined to post because, well, she's naked and stuff. If she wants me to I can post them somewhere that can be made friends-only or something. We'll see if she's feeling exhibitionist enough to pipe up about it.

Alas, there are no naked pictures of the other pretty girl because we're not yet close enough that it'd be appropriate for me take them.

Come to think, there are no naked pictures of me, either. We insisted on getting a few snaps when Maus was being all posey and exhibitionist, but otherwise kept the camera pointed at the scenery.

The camera added that extra 20lbs. Honest.

You'll have to take better naked pictures of me than those before I'll let you post them online! Either than or I'll have to lose 20lbs... :-P

Re: The camera added that extra 20lbs. Honest.

You're far too critical of yourself, m'dear. But, As you wish. ;-)

Re: The camera added that extra 20lbs. Honest.

*well-intentioned ass-kick*

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No, really, they're cute pictures, but my waist looks thick. Perhaps I delude myself when I look in the mirror, but I didn't think my waist was thick!

Re: The camera added that extra 20lbs. Honest.

I really don't think your properly detatched enough from the situation to tell the differance. The thing to do would be to let an objective observer see the pictures and then give a completely objective comment.

See, the idea is to share nekked pictures of everyone in the group. Otherwise what's the point in a digital camera? They were invented so that people could take nekked pictures and not have to face the girl at the photo counter when they want to make copies. (This is also a relife to the girl at the photo counter as droewyn could atest) Polaroids are nice but you only get one at a time.

See, the idea is to share nekked pictures of everyone in the group.

Kind of like a distributed virtual nude beach?

Museum of Anthropology

That's on my to-do list before I leave Vancouver. If anyone, for some reason, prefers that to flaking out naked, give me a ring.

Re: Museum of Anthropology

We keep trying to go and ending up at the beach because it's closed. Mostly that's our fault for being slow to get out there, granted. We did manage it that once, though.

Die Maus' vacation is starting imminently and the Museum is great. I'm sure we could arrange to go at some time when it's (gasp!) open.

Re: Museum of Anthropology

Yeah yeah yeah, let's go.

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