Monthly Archives: November 2010

Week 13 Journal

+ WEEK 12 photos, finally got on the media lab computer with all my saved pics

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i guess its that time of the year

its almost dark at 430 in the afternoon. that is depressing. my skin is starting to look like a crisp piece of notebook paper, pale as a ghost. not to mention that the cold is creeping further and further into … Continue reading

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weather blues

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week 13: final journal entry? and reflections.

The last two weeks have been…off. The weather’s changed drastically now, and it hurts my hands at night when I don’t have warm pockets or gloves. I’ve been delinquent on Crum walks because of the cold, and on taking pictures … Continue reading

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Field Journal Week 12

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Field Journal Week 13

What kind of leaf is this? It looks like it has hairs!

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Field Journal Week 13

Sorry for the late post! Continue reading

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Ghazal

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living it

i was very intrigued by Tomashow’s writings on what he calls place-based perceptual ecology. i agree with him in the sense that fully immersing yourself in what you are learning about can add so much to the experience. the concept … Continue reading

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Week 12 Journal

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