Random Snapshots Of My Week Part V

There will be times when you will be in the field without a camera. And, you will see the most glorious sunset or the most beautiful scene that you have ever witnessed. Don't be bitter because you can't record it. Sit down, drink it in, and enjoy it for what it is! ~DeGriff

No ID, No entry? Absolutely not an option at UP. This is my school ID. I miss UP Baguio and I feel like I want to study again. I miss the old college days - days of excellence, liberty and "nerdiness". Hahaha! Oh yeah, I remember myself spending idle moments at the Main Libary instead of roaming around the city and what not.

Saw this one at the rest room earlier today. I wonder why in the world this one got inside the cubicle. Hahaha! Trivia:One hypothesis advanced to explain this behavior is that moths navigate by maintaining a constant angular relationship to a bright celestial light, such as the Moon. The Moon is so far away, that even after traveling great distances, the change in angle between the moth and the light source is negligible. However, when a moth encounters an artificial light and uses it for navigation, the angle changes noticeably after only a short distance. The moth instinctively attempts to correct the angle by turning toward the light, which results in a spiral flight path that gets closer and closer to the light source.

Dead Spider. I saw this one at the entrance of the Baguio City Library. Oh yeah, I still go to libraries if I have time - just to read books and current events. Here's a quick fact about spiders: Scientists have identified 37,000 spider species worldwide, (2,500 species in the United States and Canada). Spiders first appeared on Earth 400 million years ago - about 170 million years before the first dinosaurs.
Sitel Site 3. My new place. At first I thought it's gonna be boring here but, whew, I was wrong. It's the other way around, I love Site 3. No doubt.

This is it for today everyone. I'm fresh from work and I need some rest and sleep.


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