In late 2014 I took my 100,000th photo! For that reason I just launched a new website exhibiting only a few of my most favorite photographs from the last six years. Enjoy kaar.photography!
My American host family over Christmas always spoiled me with delicious food; breakfast usually included two poached eggs. Now, I tried several times to cook poached eggs. This morning I did a pretty good job!
And here is what I just had for lunch (soft bread with pickles, and, of course, Coke):
This is an all-American way of healthy nutrition. I tray of vegetables, cleaned and cut. Just ready to dip in and eat. Everything but cheap and very tasty! I get myself a treat every now and then when on sale 😉
On Tuesday evening, my last evening in Montréal, Maria and I had dinner with Clément, who is a former JKU Exchange Student. It was exciting to see him again and catch up!
I just took this amazing picture:
And those in the afternoon:
A daily routine is kicking in… This morning I was running for about an hour at Lullwater Park around Candler Lake which is right next to my apartment. We started at 7.30am, before sunrise. It’s really amazing there – I’ve to take some pictures the next time.
Afterwards, I enjoyed a delicious self-made breakfast and read the The New York Times. Life’s treating me quite well!
I have a new favorite leisure activity: playing pool. We are going like two times a week. One game is one Dollar. This evening we were at Famous Pub for dinner and some games afterwards. Roli is a good player!
Last Saturday I was shopping. I bought a new suit, which I need for the consulting class. We are supposed (which was actually not surprising) to wear a suit when we meet our clients–and another pants–there are some classes which request “business casual” for presentations, which is no jeans. The Cliff Shuttle goes to Lenox Square each Saturday. Here are some pictures! I don’t think clothes are cheap here. It’s actually the same price as in Austria – including the Dollar exchange rate.
This morning I glimpsed a patriotic U.S. truck while walking down to the business school building.
On the Emory Campus there is an old train station which is now serving as a café called the Dooley’ s Den. The place is called The Depot. Have a look…