Monthly Archives: December 2010

My Twenty Ten in Numbers

By | December 31, 2010

Following in the footsteps of the 2009 year in review I thought it would be interesting to gather the same information and post them here. Some of the results are to be expected, others are a surprise. It’s interesting to see the trend in this information as a lot of what appeared wasn’t available or… Read More »

My Year in Facebook Updates

By | December 19, 2010

The My Year in Status Facebook application has appeared in my News Feed quite a bit over the last few weeks. I am a sucker for “year in review” things, and was surprised by how many status updates some people did throughout 2010. I know I don’t post status updates on Facebook frequently so I… Read More »

My Full Frame Sensor

By | December 14, 2010

For a while I had been entertaining the notion of upgrading some of my camera gear. I thought of investing in a Tamron 17-50 f/2.8 or maybe a faster prime. This lead me to do some retrospective on Sean Gursky: Photographer. I understand that the gear doesn’t make the pictures but it helps in being… Read More »

My Trip Leftovers

By | December 10, 2010

When we weren’t in London we were exploring other parts of the English countryside. First off was a trip up to the north. York Three trains and three hours later we made it from Bishops Stortford to York (). York is known for the York Minster, one of the oldest churches in England complete with… Read More »

My Oui to Paris

By | December 9, 2010

We enjoyed our trip to Marseille last year, but wondered if the negative points (smell, Gypsys and filth) would appear in Paris and affect our experience. In a word: No. Paris was amazing and we would gladly return. We knew of the stereotypes of Parisians but we found people in Paris to be friendlier than… Read More »

My London Days

By | December 7, 2010

I’ve been sitting on the review of our trip to England and France for over a month now. It also took weeks to trim the photos down before uploading them too. It’s not that we didn’t like the trip or there wasn’t much to talk about, it’s just been hard to make time for this… Read More »