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It is in my intention to help my fellow Montreal Canon photographic friends! So here is some interesting information I've managed to dig.

If you are interested in getting your camera sensor cleaned by Canon (or other technical services), go to: 

8801 Trans-Canadienne, St-Laurent (Intersection Highways 13 and 40)
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. from Monday to Friday

You drop the camera, they clean it for *free* and it should take between 2 to 3 working days. 

If your baby needs more service than that, they call you before doing the work and of course, the following is not free.

Now, stay tuned for I shall test the above information before your eyes!

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diluvienne: (photo)

It is in my intention to help my fellow Montreal Canon photographic friends! So here is some interesting information I've managed to dig.

If you are interested in getting your camera sensor cleaned by Canon (or other technical services), go to: 

8801 Trans-Canadienne, St-Laurent (Intersection Highways 13 and 40)
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. from Monday to Friday

You drop the camera, they clean it for *free* and it should take between 2 to 3 working days. 

If your baby needs more service than that, they call you before doing the work and of course, the following is not free.

Now, stay tuned for I shall test the above information before your eyes!

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Chinese greeting

Chinese greeting
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Chinese symbols experts, need your help!

Can someone tell me what this says? :-)
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Chinese greeting

Chinese greeting
Originally uploaded by diluvienne.


Chinese symbols experts, need your help!

Can someone tell me what this says? :-)
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Polypore on a birch tree

Polypore on a birch tree
Originally uploaded by diluvienne.


A safari photo on the Mount-Royal is something I wanted to do in a while. I decided that today was the day. I was well prepared, had a blanket, a book (in case I wanted to chill and read), my three fetish lenses, my tripod, a warm sweater, lots of motivation. I thought I had it all planned until I hit the spot. The whole forrest was infested with freakin' hungry mosquitoes!!! I couldn't concentrate too long, it was so itchy! I bet I can't give blood for a while after loosing so much!


Progression

Progression
Originally uploaded by diluvienne.


I had to get out of the forrest a bit. Luckily, I found an interesting polypore mushroom at the bottom of a tree. Underneath the mushroom were a couple of snugs (they eat fungi). And here I was lying in the grass, at the bottom of a tree, taking shots at the mushroom and the slugs. There was people passing by, looking at me in a funny manner, wondering what the hell a woman is doing fully lying on the grass.



Polypore explosion

Polypore explosion
Originally uploaded by diluvienne.


Before the end of this entry, a little biology lesson! Polypores are part of a mushroom family that grows on trees. They are mainly not edible and are commonly found on dead logs. Here is how they break the tree bark.

Now, I feel like cooling off my bites with ammonia and wrap myself around a warm blanket in front of a good movie... :-)
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Polypore on a birch tree

Polypore on a birch tree
Originally uploaded by diluvienne.


A safari photo on the Mount-Royal is something I wanted to do in a while. I decided that today was the day. I was well prepared, had a blanket, a book (in case I wanted to chill and read), my three fetish lenses, my tripod, a warm sweater, lots of motivation. I thought I had it all planned until I hit the spot. The whole forrest was infested with freakin' hungry mosquitoes!!! I couldn't concentrate too long, it was so itchy! I bet I can't give blood for a while after loosing so much!


Progression

Progression
Originally uploaded by diluvienne.


I had to get out of the forrest a bit. Luckily, I found an interesting polypore mushroom at the bottom of a tree. Underneath the mushroom were a couple of snugs (they eat fungi). And here I was lying in the grass, at the bottom of a tree, taking shots at the mushroom and the slugs. There was people passing by, looking at me in a funny manner, wondering what the hell a woman is doing fully lying on the grass.



Polypore explosion

Polypore explosion
Originally uploaded by diluvienne.


Before the end of this entry, a little biology lesson! Polypores are part of a mushroom family that grows on trees. They are mainly not edible and are commonly found on dead logs. Here is how they break the tree bark.

Now, I feel like cooling off my bites with ammonia and wrap myself around a warm blanket in front of a good movie... :-)
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