Holiday Inn Express Portland (Airport Area)
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... the 23rd Psalm ("The Lord is my shepherd..."). The lyrics were written by Robert Hunter in 1970. I think much of the song speaks for itself, so without saying too much about it, I found that it gave me much comfort over the past 11 days, and in some ways, it drew striking parallels with my journey, the purpose behind it, and my feelings surrounding it.
If my words did glow with the gold of sunshine,
And my tunes were played on the harp ...
... almost every shot! Furthermore, I will concentrate on the rule of thirds instead of symmetry! I promise to not shoot on “automatic” and learn to adjust my +/- , my ISO, white balance and shutter speed! How will I ever enjoy the serenity with all of this distraction from my camera?! Maybe some pictures I’ll shoot on “auto” and not tell Roberta, our leader.
We are at PDX. Lisa brought us to the airport (thanks Lisa!) and we got through security in about 5 minutes. Joel said he was very surprised how comfortable carrying his backpack and messenger bag are, so that's a win! We are not checking bags, we each have a backpack and a messenger bag. Water bottles are filled and they are preboarding our flight. No turning back ...
... milt from one male is mixed into the bucket with one female's eggs… the eggs almost instantly change color from a bright salmon color to a translucent pinkish color… they are set aside for an hour for the eggs to harden… and later moved to egg trays in the hatch house or another hatchery.
Spawned fish are treated with drugs, and are old fish, at the end of their life cycle.. because of this… they are sent to ...
... and ice. Once filled, the bins are transported by fork lift to an awaiting refrigerator truck. The truck will take them to a destination designated by the buyer. The buyer, in this case, is located in Bellingham, Washington.
The "lucky" fish, the ones chosen for spawning are injected with an antibiotic and sent down one of several chutes depending on species and sex. The chutes lead to the man holding ponds where the fish will be held until artificially spawned ...