Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Photo Stalking - and a PSA

Last Friday I posted about the spot in Dartmouth where the sidewalk ends.

It seems that someone is stalking my photo locations. Someone took another photo and posted it today.

Click here to see the evidence.

*cue Psycho slashing music*

Mike? Is this the start of a challenge? Are we going to trail each other around Dartmouth and Halifax all summer? Taking photos of places on different days?

'cause that actually sounds like a fun challenge... and it's only a little creepy.

Here's your Public Service Announcement for the day:

Just a heads up for Common Ground Studios' concert series Pop In Sessions event, June 15th and 16th at 9pm. The in-studio performances feature up and coming Maritime music star David Myles and established Canadian singer-songwriter Jim Bryson. There are 100 seats for each night and tickets can be bought at the Cunard Street MusicStop , Halifax location. ($17 advance, $20 at the door).

The Common Ground Studios are above Music Stop in Halifax. The entrance is on the Hunter Street side of the building. 2315 Hunter St. Hope you can come.

If you don't know who either of these singers are, I suggest you pull your heads out of your arses and click those links. It'll do you good.

6 comments:

  1. Love the idea of the challenge. Not sure it would work without certain boundaries (geographic, not behavioural) and rules of engagement. Now, where did I leave my chef's knife?

    And do I really have to go on another diatribe over how much I love David Myles? No, no I don't.

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  2. I think a better challenge would be that a 3rd party would announce to you both a location and whoever posts the photo of it first wins that point. At the end of summer, the person with the most points wins and the loser has to do...something, I'm not sure what the prize could be.
    That sounds like fun. I wanna help.

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  3. Sort of like a scavenger hunt. Cool.

    Pulling my head out of my arse to check out the links...

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  4. My head will have to remain in my arse till I get home ;)

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  5. Gawd, I'm so rude late at night.

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  6. Wow, it'll only take a 23-hour Via Rail trip and $381.60 to get to Halifax.

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