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  • Jay Scott Photography: A Gentle Start Back to Work
    in my mind as well as I had hoped With all of that time driving I thought I might spend a bit more of it thinking and developing a few of those photos in my mind There was just so much to see where we were that there was far less time for thinking that on the routine trips we take regularly on the highways of Saskatchewan The posts on Challenging Reality will continue as usual on Monday mornings and again as much as I appreciate the views what I really need is your feedback and for you to share it with others I have been spending any relaxation or TV time folding flyers stuffing envelopes and getting them ready for distribution I really hope to pick up steam and gain a greater awareness of the site and the work that I have done starting this fall It s then that I will really be pursuing and asking for your help Posted by Jay at 7 00 AM Email This BlogThis Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest Labels cpu granite little things macro pin processor writings No comments Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe

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  • Jay Scott Photography: Good to be Home
    complaining I would say that in general all of the drivers seemed more skillful more alert and more considerate than in Saskatchewan However with the lack of freeways in Vancouver and the remarkable pace on the freeways and multilevel clover leaves off ramps and other unexpected features it was certainly a steep learning curve for me Only a handful of times did we need to be excused for an unintentional mistake on the roads Unfortunately we did get bumped in the rear when a driver who was blocking the intersection tried to get out of it and left a couple of circular scratches on my rear bumper from the screws of his front license plate It happens but was not the best way to begin our first day in Seattle The intersection both of us were crossing through and turning left at was turning onto a very steep hill and so he may have accidentally popped the clutch or something simple like that I m hoping that a small dab of touchup paint will cover it up nicely My favorite photos from the trip is the one of the top but my second favorite is definitely this one of a bronze photographer taking a photo of his friends in the early 1900s Angie snuck in their to add a nice modern touch to my photo I will be compiling a video with a slideshow and short clips but it may take a while for me to complete so I thought I would share my few favorite shots from the trip So many photos like this surrounded by beautiful greenery and nature make me think of the mosquitoes one might need to endure This is not the case on the West Coast Beautiful weather unbelievable greenery the different more comfortable feel to the air no mosquitoes I can understand why it is such a popular place to live However there are those significant deterrents such as the cost of living the cost of housing the cost of gas the health insurance premiums and then of course those unbelievable hills By vehicle the hills are manageable and we were very impressed that we were almost always able to find good parking wherever we wanted to go Of course my handicap placard helped us out in a few instances and it is not that parking was cheap but it was available and accessible I thought Alberta was doing a good job with a handicap parking spaces If only Saskatchewan would get theer act together and start making things a little more equitable here Finally I did not get to meet Chase Jarvis himself But his producer and everyone else at his studio put on an excellent barbecue for us where we had an opportunity sit and talk with them for well over an hour enjoying just being in a place that I wanted to experience for so long have a photo with them and make our journey that much more worth the distance

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