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I returned from my cross-Canada jaunt a few days ago and have also returned to the blogosphere.

It was such a memorable experience watching the Canadian landscape flat line and swell as we approached the west. Pictures to come…

The trip was a great way to wrap up my time at Loyalist College. I am now preparing to make my way to Toronto so that I can begin my summer internship in a few months time.

In other news, I am remain in first place in the Loyalist College Photo Contest at 760 points. January results have come in and  I placed first in the multiple picture category and received an honorable mention in the feature category.

Go to the contest page for more results.

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I am now sitting at first place in the Loyalist College Photo Contest at 650 points. November results have been recently amended and it turns out I placed first and second  in the portrait category.

December results also came in and I placed second in news, third in news, first in sports and third in portrait.

Go to the contest page for more results.

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OTTAWA, ON. January 1, 2009 – Kate Kirkwood, manager of the Beijing Imperial Guard hockey team, riles up her players before they head off to a semi-final game in the Bell Capital Cup. The team was part of the guests that were evacuated due to a fire at the Radisson Hotel at 402 Queen Street shortly after 8 a.m. on Thursday, January 1, 2009. The team decided to compete despite being late for their 10:30am start time and having to use borrowed equipment. The Beijing Imperial Guard won by a score of 9-4 against the Carleton Place Kings.

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KINGSTON, ON. October 3, 2008 – First-year officer cadets compete in the obstacle course competition on at the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston. This tradition is a significant milestone for first-year officer cadets, as it represents a rite of passage for the new cadets and formalizes their acceptance into the Cadet Wing at RMC at the end of their First Year Orientation Period. The obstacle course develops perseverance and teamwork.

My favourite memory of this day was leaving the event caked in mud, camera included. It reminded me that sometimes you need to sacrifice things like cleanliness and comfort for a shot or the shot, even.

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NAPANEE, ON. Sept. 9, 2008 – Federal Liberal leader Stephane Dion makes a joke to a media scrum on his brief stop in the Quinte area during the first week of his federal campaign trail.

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I am happy to announce that I have recently received a new macbook after being without a computer for almost a month (thank you, Steve Jobs). It was a journey full of trials and trepidation but I have emerged like a conquering hero returning home. Plenty of pictures to come!

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