print_r($recent);

Array
(
 [168]=>Tigers of Banner...
 [167]=>:)
 [166]=>Home Sweet Home
 [165]=>Last Summer (3)
 [164]=>Last Summer (2)
)

 

Boycott SONY

PicsCal(date('my'));

May 2004
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16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
30 31          
archives(JPics);


print_r($newStuff);

Array
(
 [RAndoMness]=> 28Sep09
 [JPsDocs] => 22Feb09
 [JPics] => 10Dec11
 [frontpage]
 [FeedBack]
)

17 of 87 pictures- : "What do you take 1,000+ pictures of?" she asked. I stopped and thought for a bit and realized that in reality, I could only count a fraction of those, because many were duplicates of the same subject. For instance, I took over a hundred pictures of Monument Valley, but you wouldn't really want to sit down and look at more than 20-30 of them. I took 50 pictures of two turtles, for crying out loud.

So what *would* one take 1,000 pictures of, I asked myself. I didn't have a camera that could handle taking 1,000 pictures (or at least not enough disks to hold them all), so I set out to take 100 pictures. 100 totally different pictures. Every one with a completely different subject, not related to each other at all. I fell short of the goal, simply because I ran out of disk space. It was bright and sunny, so the file sizes are a bit larger than when it's dark, and I couldn't fit 20 on each disk.

So I didn't make it to 100, but the point is still the same. In half an hour and half a mile, I took 87 pictures. Each picture is of something different, no two are alike. Some aren't very spectacular, one is completely out of focus (whoops), and a couple of them are pretty darn cool shots. None of them are hi-res, because I was using my own camera, but several of them hit the spot I was looking for. It doesn't matter which one is looked at first, nor last. The only determining order is where I happened to be when.

So how could one take 1,000 pictures? Easy... give me 5.75 hours and 5.75 miles, and I could find 1,000 things to take pictures of. For now, here's a half hour and half mile... 87 pictures.
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18 of 87- : 18 of 87.
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18 of 87- : 18 of 87.
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16 of 87- : 16 of 87.
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18 of 87 pictures- : "What do you take 1,000+ pictures of?" she asked. I stopped and thought for a bit and realized that in reality, I could only count a fraction of those, because many were duplicates of the same subject. For instance, I took over a hundred pictures of Monument Valley, but you wouldn't really want to sit down and look at more than 20-30 of them. I took 50 pictures of two turtles, for crying out loud.

So what *would* one take 1,000 pictures of, I asked myself. I didn't have a camera that could handle taking 1,000 pictures (or at least not enough disks to hold them all), so I set out to take 100 pictures. 100 totally different pictures. Every one with a completely different subject, not related to each other at all. I fell short of the goal, simply because I ran out of disk space. It was bright and sunny, so the file sizes are a bit larger than when it's dark, and I couldn't fit 20 on each disk.

So I didn't make it to 100, but the point is still the same. In half an hour and half a mile, I took 87 pictures. Each picture is of something different, no two are alike. Some aren't very spectacular, one is completely out of focus (whoops), and a couple of them are pretty darn cool shots. None of them are hi-res, because I was using my own camera, but several of them hit the spot I was looking for. It doesn't matter which one is looked at first, nor last. The only determining order is where I happened to be when.

So how could one take 1,000 pictures? Easy... give me 5.75 hours and 5.75 miles, and I could find 1,000 things to take pictures of. For now, here's a half hour and half mile... 87 pictures.
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Wed May 05 2004 at 11:47 PM
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