I have learned the greatest thing there is to know about Denver: there are mountains within reach with great hiking trails. I love camping and hiking, and I haven't had many chances to test out my photography while doing them (I mean, there was Yellowstone, but that's really it). I'm pumped to put it to use. I've already taken my cameras out with me a couple of times, so I have some photos backed up, along with all of the bus photos, and the ice festival I went to with my sister. I shall be getting more as I get out and trek around. I'm especially excited to think about going backpacking and grabbing some shots, but that's a few months out, at least.
I have finally started uploading the bus project. I have about 16 more images to describe and add keywords, but they're all at least uploaded. I still have an ice festival and the aforementioned hikes. Then I'm caught up. I don't plan on calling this done on the bus project. I'm going to keep coming back to this. I consider it an ongoing project, much like my "Invasive Species" project and my Instagram project.
Oh, if you haven't had the chance, check out my Instagram: bawboh86. I've been taking shots of train people, though I seem to have deviated from it a bit recently, posting some pics from my hikes and goofy things I see around me. Honestly, I never expected to have so much fun with the app, but here we are.
I don't have much else to say, right now. I can't believe it took me so long to move to Denver, though. I love it here. Mountains a mile or so one way, the city the other. It's an amazing place and I'm glad I got to visit it, let alone move here. ^_^