Posts Tagged ‘Travel’

GUADEC photo safari 2007

Wednesday, July 4th, 2007

If you’re going to be in Birmingham, UK for either LugRadio or GUADEC this year, have a little extra time in between, and would like to have a photography meet up… simply email, IM, and/or post a comment on my blog.

You can contact me at my gmail address, which is my first name and last initial. “garrettl” and what follows after is the @ sign and, of course, the domain This works for both email and IM (through Jabber / Google Talk).

visual flickr treats (recent photos)

Tuesday, June 12th, 2007
I’ve been taking a lot of pictures lately.

Here are a few I posted on my flickr page

(There are more there too.)



I have lots more pictures to post, too… so expect more (on my flickr page) soon.

Security work-around?

Sunday, May 13th, 2007

One thing I do miss about flights is bringing a big bottle of water with me. Today, I thought, “Well, what if I freeze the water and bring that through security?”

It’s not a “dangerous” liquid if it’s actually a solid, right?

Funny, I shrunk the Jimmac

Monday, April 23rd, 2007

Here’s a photo of myself and Jakub Steiner, in Germany, where we (after finding the old towne shrink ray) are demonstrating the difference between 128×128 and 22×22 icons.

(If I have too much more the beer and cheese while here, I might stretch like a SVG icon.)

Photo: Salt Lake morning mist

Monday, April 16th, 2007

It’s been a while since I last posted anything, so here’s a picture from December 2004, taken from Antelope Island while I was on a photo trip in Utah with Ryan Collier.

T seats

Thursday, October 26th, 2006

As often the case, I sat on one of those ripped-up-and-hackishly-patched seats on the MBTA Red Line this morning.

I’m at work now, sticking to my seat, thanks to the duct-tape residue.

On track…

Friday, September 29th, 2006

Riding on a train in the US (Amtrak) is actually quite similar to riding trains in Germany. The big difference is people speak in English on the intercoms.

As I was writing that last sentence (during my layover), the someone made an announcement in Spanish. What timing! (: