Sunday, February 26, 2006

squished NIKON

Around thanksgiving 2004, probably after the killer bike ride, a Nikon compact flash card (16mb) was discovered on a bluff in the mud (boise). I remember Dan saying 'I wouldn't put that in my reader, it's not worth the risk....'
well, guess who was just too curious to leave it alone. yes, that's right - my work computer.


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Of the 26 images available on the card, i've chosen the real gems for your viewing pleasure. These were taken around 8:10pm on 5.14.2004

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5 comments:

palegreenhorse said...

what does the exif data say? what kind of camera took the pictures?

forkev said...

camera: NIKON E4300
Date Taken: 5/14/2004 8:06:59 PM

forkev said...

i downloaded an image from imageshack to determine if the extended data was modified. it looks the same to me.

Dan said...

Truly, the trail taketh and the trail giveth... Blessed be the trail.

k2h said...

I took a look at one of the [grainy] pics, the closeup of the clock, and from what I can tell we have a forest gump fan.

further inspection of the pics shows this person likes plants, middle eastern religion, and is fascinated with what appears to be their own feet and the surface of the un-cosmetically modified skin.

This is a true winner, and further shows why CF is far supperior to all of the I-Dare-You-To-Snap-Me-In-Half memory alternatives.

great writeup