Now a more important post. I guess. I live in Berkeley now! UC Berkeley accepted me as a transfer student (for whatever reason) and so I recently moved here. In fact, I believe tomorrow will mark my first full month of living here. It's incredibly wonderful. There are people to hang out with, San Francisco is right next door, there are lots of photos to take, and there are just generally things to do.  


San Francisco is a funny sort of place, isn't it? 

Look! An incredibly uninteresting street with no interesting things happening on it!!!

The watermarks seem pretty silly on uninteresting photos, don't they? I just keep them there for continuity, and because I'm really lazy and would rather just keep the exporting process simply by treating every photo the same way instead of changing it depending on whether or not a photo is good. At least it's no longer plastered in the center of the image, right? That was pretty dumb of me. I don't know what I was thinking. People want to look at pictures, not at my name with a picture hidden behind it. 

Some buildings in San Francisco. I guess they're vaguely neat or whatever. 

There are quite a few photos here, aren't there? I guess it's because I'm excited. I haven't taken so many photos in quite some time. It feels like there's so much going on here. There are so many things to take pictures of now. Davis didn't really have any tall buildings or piers or bays or... err... really anything remarkable. I mean, I suppose the mark of a good photographer is being about to make even the most mundane things look exciting. Or maybe that's not true at all. I mean, how many pictures of wheat fields and crop dusters can you take before they get boring?