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Saturday, January 31, 2015

 
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when i need to go to ohsu on the hill, i ride my bike to the tram and ride the tram up. it's too bad the band i'm using to attach the Narrative to my handlebars slipped and obscured the lens a bit past clinton st.

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narrative photos from the tram:




music: "Pilot Error" Kevin MacLeod
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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

 
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i tried to find a park and failed, so i ended up at another park. i have no idea why so many frames are SO WAVY in this Narrative video, even on the paved bits. often a few of them are, but not quite like this.

video

Some wavy photos:



music: "Funkorama" Kevin MacLeod
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Monday, January 19, 2015

 
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took the narrative on a trip to wilsonville w/ carye:


 





when traveling on a bike, the narrative takes photos i never would take because it would be too dangerous or a hassle, but i love them!





of course, excepting an accidental selfie like the one above, it's still nice to have someone else around to take photos like these:



 







Sunday, January 18, 2015

 
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4.4 miles in the rain to Jenne road. But I finally figured out where to put the Narrative on Leira so that only a smidge of brake cable shows in the lower right corner. It slipped after rattling across he bridge though, so I should either wrap it more tightly or just be more aware. Also, I am pleased it handed the rain better than I did.

video

A photo:

music: "Cold Funk" Kevin MacLeod
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Friday, January 16, 2015

 
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9.2 miles on the Springwater Corridor Trail and the Gresham Fairview Trail. The Narrative is obviously not thrilled with Portland's moody lighting conditions:

video

Here are some narrative pix in case the video is crummy. I have to figure a way to tie down the brake cable or lift the narrative to clear it.

 

music: "Perspectives" Kevin MacLeod
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Monday, January 12, 2015

 
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I loved this sequence from a ramen shop when I was downtown:

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music: "Carefree" Kevin MacLeod
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Sunday, January 04, 2015

 
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yesterday Katura & I explored Division looking for tiny statues as part of the installation "This All Happened More Or Less." I have never walked that length of Division before. I think the statues are at least five times cuter with the scarves and gifts people have left for them.