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So, yeah, I really, really bombed my anth midterm, allthough she said my essy was well-formed, even if it didn't address any of the things she asked us to write about. Go me.

And all my rolls from the last week, including San Francisco, have this wonderful streaky thing running through the negative intermittently. This time, though, I have no idea what happened, though the pessimistic part of me suspects the film advance reel, since it looks an awful lot like some of the negatives were double-exposed due to the film not advancing right. In that case, it might very well be less expensive to get another camera. So, yeah, if that's the case I'll have to drop the class again as there's no way I can afford another camera right now.

I have also come to the conclusion that I am not working this shift for very much longer, one way or another. Last night's episode could have been far more serious, and sitting there crying through class isn't that much fun either. So, I will talk to G. about transferring to S&B. Otherwise, this will have been my last summer at the Kink and if that means I have to sell my car and move back in with my parents, then so be it. I will never graduate at this rate, assuming I can even pass a real class, which is somewhat doubtful right now.

Anyway, one of the shots I salvaged from the ruins.
All the Pretty Little Horses


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Oct. 16th, 2003 01:53 pm (UTC)
If you move back home I will be absolutely, positively devastated. *snuggle* Don't worry...something will work out. Let me know what I can do to help. To borrow a suggestion from Ben, maybe a horsehead in the bed of one of your supervisors might be appopriate? Or whatever support you need in finding another job...you are so qualified for something better.
Oct. 16th, 2003 07:19 pm (UTC)
Nope... you're not allowed to leave. ;) We'll just have to tie you up and keep you in the basement. Wait... we do that already. Damn. *chuckle* Aaaaaaaaaaanyways, I really like this picture, it has a fascinating composition. The movement of the merry-go-round contrasts nicely with the incredibly sharp and in-focus banister. Makes it look like the horses are turning at light speed. :)
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