Mozilla had a "coincidental workweek", meaning everyone had a workweek on the same week, in the same city. That city was Portland, Oregon, and the week was the first in December. Things were seen.
The chibibibis hanging out at the Crumpacker family library. Literally!
Not too happy with the quality of the shot, but the chibibibis look so happy.
Because plain old radio comms. dishes are ugly, right?
Actually, no. They usually vary a bit, but some are appropriate, and some are not. Portland's China town... really didn't need one. It's pretty much a deserted wasteland of "why would anyone want to be here". Even if you have a destination in China town, the journey through it is just depressing.
London tries to kill you. Portland wants you to live.
For historical reasons that don't matter, I know pi to 18 digits. This trivia almost never comes up, but it came up at Washington Park station in Portland, OR, because that is not the decimal expansion of π, which is 3.141592653589793238... so I have no idea what this number is supposed to be after the first line...
The chibibibis looking out the window as the train pulls out of Portland station for its 8 hour journey back to Vancouver, Canada.
Not very big, but certainly enjoyable enough, the Lan Su Chinese garden is in Portland's China town. Getting there is depressing, but being there is relaxing.
The chibibibis love posing for pictures when we're at gardens, or zoos, or outdoors, or...
Chibibifox fell while posing for a picture! He was very confused and growly about the ordeal. He likes rolling around, but didn't like this at all.
I'm not happy with the quality of photos taken by the Fujifilm X20, and this shot is an example of why. I still like the spot of colour, but not the photograph that renders it.
Only back home did I realise this shot could have been better as a pure reflection. Oh well.
Maokun loves bamboo leaves, as rightly all red pandas do.
In fact, it was nearly impossible to keep maokun away from all the bamboo!
The persimmon tree was laden with bird and squirrel attracting fruit. Scrub jays and grey squirrels were spotted.
I just liked the colours. Moss carpeting is always super nice to see, feel, and photograph.
Did you know "Up!" was five years ago? Eventually we'll stop saying "squirrel!"... but not just yet.
I always love upshots of animals in trees. Especially when the animals decide not to move around too much. Have some more squirrel!