Written on June 20, 2008
I WAS LOOKING THROUGH MY ARCHIVE OF PHOTOS today, looking to see which ones might be worth putting in my last post before I archive the files to DVD and delete them from my hard drive. I had over 2000 pictures–that’s 17 gigs worth of photos–to look through… and I was surprised about two things: (1) Just how how many of those 2000 photos completely sucked and (2) how much I forgot in only the past couple weeks about our experiences there. This might be because I have a particularly bad memory–but I bet most of us would be at least a little bit surprised to look back at some pictures and be reminded of moments that we would have otherwise never thought of again.
So, with that being said, one last batch of pictures, mostly from our trips to Kotor, Budva, Mostar and Sarajevo and mostly of people, starting with my fellow CS students:
And of course, our professor:
Professor Axel (Mali Ston, Croatia)
Now, some individuals who are not CS students, but ended up spending a lot time with the CS group:
A few pictures of groups of people:
Ian, Kyle, Stacy and Chris (Kotor, Montenegro)
Ted and Stacy (Budva, Montenegro)
Chris, Ted, monster dog, Sammy, Axel and Carrol (Mali Ston)
Chris, Leah and Stacy (Kotor, Montenegro)
And, lastly, a picture of each of the places we visited, in the order we visited them:
I have no pictures of MeÄ‘ugorje
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There are also quite a few pictures on my flickr that weren’t posted here (to save you wear on your scroll wheel). At some point in the future I’ll post all of these and more in one whopping album on facebook. Also, if you haven’t already, make sure you check out Lori’s video, which turned out fantastic.
This is my last post here and all future blog entries, mostly photos, will be at posted at blog.gruevy.com once I finish setting it up.
If you reading this and you traveled with me, it was a pleasure travelling with you.
And I guess that wraps everything up.