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These pictures are from the link transition party. In this picture we can see Brent, Sarah, Rose, and Graham. Sarah is showing off her tire balancing skills. I happen to think that she's more photogenic than she would care to admit.

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What more can I say? It's the Great Graham!

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For our party, we went to a park to play games. We had a choice of 4 (four, IV) games. We ended up choosing soccer. Not just any soccer though, obstacle soccer! It's soccer in a mini playground with obstacles everywhere. It's really quite a blast! :) Here's a picture of Brent and I in heated battle.

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It's a good picture of Rose, but alas, she has her eyes closed.

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Here are Tim, me, and Brent after the game. What am I looking at anyways?
Tim was kind enough to demonstrate his Super-Kung-Fu-Soccer-Skilz. He claims to need a practice shot, but he underestimates his talent.

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After I dropped Sarah off, I started heading to my favorite St. Albert park. While I was driving I saw cool green things in the sky. The Northern Lights! When I finally got to the park, I froze my hands taking pictures. I like the juxtapositioning of the red field and the green lights.

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The image scaling program makes everything but the original very dark looking. If you can't see them very well, try viewing the original, perhaps in another viewing program.

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This is my favorite picture that I have of the Aurora Borealis. Again, the image resizer made it too dark.

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Here's a picture of the moon. Pictures of the moon are really boring with only 6x zoom.

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This is the building at the park. All my pictures are called parabolic, but I just realized that the building isn't parabolic at all. It's just an arc out of a circle. When you stand in a specially marked square on the ground, you can talk to yourself and the echo sounds cool. Those who are standing beside you think you're insane since they don't hear the effect.

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You can see the circle on the ground where you're supposed to stand.

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Do you know how hard it is to smile when you're cold? I've done enough winter and night photography to know that it's rather difficult. Doesn't seem to have mattered anyways, since you can't even see my face.
Here's a little movie of me speaking like a gibbering idiot. You can sorta hear the echoing, but it's way more fun in person.

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Here's the sign at the front of the park. It's red.

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Here's the street sign right across from the park entrance. If you want to find the park, look for that intersection on a St. Albert map. It's somewhere on the east side of St. Albert, near the edge of the city.

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On the way home, I saw this sign. I don't know about you, but if I had 24 SU election problems, I'd think about revamping the entire process.