Your self portrait.

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You're looking a bit scruffy in sequester. Nice look though.
I finally got all that hair cut off, and it cause weird things to happen with the sudden weight loss.

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EM122206-1 by Harvey Richards, on Flickr
 

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Not really a self portrait since my wife snapped this one while I was getting ready to eat a chip. Taken at La Familia in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Cell phone.
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a bit shaky due to Corona prospects
 

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That class-room window reflecting the football field and playground with the round mirror over the sink keep haunting me.
This time I made sure my humble self is seen clearly both in the mirror at the back wall and the window reflection.
If only those Pana-guys had given the LX-100.2 a tilting LCD, it would make things much easier.
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Cool! Looks extremely lonely.
Where is the geographic centre of Canada?
Hmm, maybe I should just search for it in the map app!
By various measures Canada's geo centre is near Baker Lake, Nunavut, Canada. This is one measure 20km north of the hamlet, others are 200km southish.
Yes, an extremely isolated part of the world.
You cannot see them, but there is a herd of muskoxen far in the distance eating lichen and grasses against the lake shoreline.
 

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Taken just at midnight, when Edgar Allan Poe's words resonate in my brain---

Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary,
Over many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten lore—
While I nodded, nearly napping, suddenly there came a tapping,
As of some one gently rapping, rapping at my chamber door.
“’Tis some visitor,” I muttered, “tapping at my chamber door—
Only this and nothing more.”

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But instead of a Raven... it is my old Olympus E-P3, tapping at my photographer's brain... as it so often does.
 

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Here is another of me on the sidelines of the Regional Championship football game. We photograph for the team that has just scored a touchdown and they are getting ready to do a fist bump but I was in the way so #12 gave me a fist bump, both went by me and then gave each other a congratulatory fist bump. I am with the M-1 with 50-200mm 2.8 lens. Wife used the M-1 ii with 40-150 2.8 with 1.4X.

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Wrestling an angry Swan
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I climbed every one of those peaks in the background on my loop through th hills
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. Not too bad for an old, broken cripple
 

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