21 September 2008

Nine Inch Nails @ Save On

NIИ must have known that this December 5th was my 30th birthday, because they picked that date to come to Victoria for the first time. Thanks Trent!

However, unlike the heartache that ensued after failing to get tickets to the December 1, 2007 TOOL concert, I've already got my seats sorted (good ones at that) for the big event. Woot! (You can't see me dancing, but I'm doing the victory hip-bump.)

Although I really should stop stewing about the TOOL sellout, since I did actually get to go. Just seems somewhat undignified, yelling at a crowd for second-hand tickets. (Actually Dani did that, but I braved the cold too.)

So I'm a happy woman. 2008 is still a sweet year. Let's hope it stays that way!

09 September 2008

Starting September

Back from a too-short trip to Port Renfrew, trying to savour the last warm days of 2008, I'm still playing with my camera, compiling more HDR experiments.

No new technicolour pieces are ready yet, but if you're into marine biology or coastal scenery, check out the regular Port Renfrew and Botanical Beach photos here.

Fall blues aside, I'm getting pumped to go back into book mode this week. On Saturday, September 13th, I'll be going to the 3rd Annual Victoria Anarchist Bookfair.

If you're in the Victoria area, you should stop by and get a healthy dose of chaos. The details were kind of hard to find on their site, so I'm posting the hours here.

Saturday, September 13, 11 am - 7 pm
Sunday, September 14, 11 am - 5 pm

755 Pandora Street (The Victoria Cool Aid Society)

Meanwhile, I heard about another book review for Watching July; this one is in the Nexus Newspaper. It's a local student paper for Camosun College.