The Second Week Of March In Photos

This week was a good week for taking photos. The skies cleared up midweek and I got a few nice sunsets. There was some freak weather midweek. On Wednesday, it snowed. Minutes later, temperatures soared and the sun was out.

Even though I didn’t feel like taking pictures, I did so anyways. It helps that I have my 366photos project going. It forces me to take my D200 with me everywhere. I take it to school, to work, wherever I go, it goes.

The above photos is one of the best of the week. I also have to get used to taking pictures of people. I tend to take pictures of buildings and landscapes. I want to do more portraits. Sometimes, I wish that my camera was glued to my eyes and that I could just snap away whenever I wanted to.

I spent part of the week without any image hosting. I don’t know what happened, but from Wednesday onwards, Zooomr was dead to me. I was able to ping the site, but the site didn’t respond. In the end, I was able to fix this by sending an email to Kristopher Tate. Minutes later he responded and he was able to fix my problem.

It was like my ISP was banned or blacklisted from their server. I could not see any hosted images on Zooomr, this included other people’s photos. As I have mentioned before, even though I sometimes complain about the downtime of Zooomr, their service is impeccable. Kris took time out of his busy day in Japan to help me out and I appreciated it a lot. This wasn’t the first time that I ran into problems and Kris helped me out.

Author: range

I'm mathematician/IT strategist/blogger from Canada living in Taipei.

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