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wedding · Meaghan + Matt ∙ Victoria BC

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Happy, happy wedding to our wonderful and decidedly un-boring friends, Meaghan and Matt. Canon EOS 400D (XTi) · Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 18 mm · 1/250 s · f/10 · ISO 400 Rawr! It’s nice, having known folks for so long, to ask ’em to do silly things, and silly things are done without a second thought. Canon EOS 400D …

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dead pixel

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R.I.P. dead pixel. Thanks to Tindy for the idea (“You should be a pixel!”), to Naomi for helping me mutilate said idea (” . . . a dead pixel!”), to Al and Joseph at Speedpro for putting it together, and to Phoenix at Speedpro for the dead emoticon brainwave. This has to be the most wonderfully silly, yet most appropriate …

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Gwendolyn

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Young Miss Gwendolyn, celebrating her third birthday by enjoying ice cream cake with both her mouth and her cheek. This, by the way, took place right after an odd tradition which developed through her babyhood: placing her hand, palm down, onto the face of the cake presented to her. It’s so cute, I could just burst. =)

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sunrise percussionists

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Three little percussionists wander the field in which they’ll perform prior to the start of the Times-Colonist 10K. After two hours of solid, loud pounding on drums to push people past the 9K mark, these and many others in the Organized Khaos Percussion Ensemble were left with ringing ears, raw throats and blisters o’ plenty, but it was worth it …

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Kelsi

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Kelsi — photographer, diver, musician, sports fanatic, coach, student — before her departure from the province. Shock awe!  A human being!  Plus, one that actually knew she was being photographed!  Yes, I’m getting there. If my career were that of portrait photographer, I’d go broke in a week.  Despite how I may come off in “public mode” or in front of those …

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shining down

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During an otherwise cloudy day, the sun beams down upon Andrew, entranced in his book. This photo would not exist without Alex, who pointed out this shaft of sunlight during a moment I was far too distracted with attempting to impale myself with the rubber feet of a microphone stand. =)