Transit, Day 4. Avoiding boredom.

 YVR, Vancouver airport, Canada.

YVR, Vancouver airport, Canada.

Transit, day 4

Just landed in Vancouver, Canada.
Oh how sweet it is to be back in the greatest country on Earth. I might be slightly biased.
HOW GREAT IS EFFICIENCY says everybody coming back from South America.
 
I am also desperate for a bed. I had little slept in the last three nights and four days. I am very, very tired. Just one more day before Whitehorse!

I stumbled upon this sentence yesterday: "Living life by simply avoiding boredom is a quite easy (and very fulfilling) way to live creatively."

Right.

It is very easy for me to get bored, thus the driving. I drive to forget that I am bore – and quite strangely, it disappear every time. As if doing something would pull me out of boredom. Photography also pulls me out.

Eric keeps on saying (here) : "If black and white bores you, try color. If digital bores you, try film. If 35mm bores you, try medium-format. If shooting your neighborhood bores you, check out a different neighbor- hood. If photography itself bores you, pick up painting or some other artistic form." YES!

Exactly.
Very well said. 
The Nikon D800E and the Fuji bores me to death.

I miss having a tool that let me be the photographer. 

 First thing first : Got Tim Hortons!

First thing first : Got Tim Hortons!

 56mm f/1.2. Great colours.

56mm f/1.2. Great colours.

 Also 56mm f/1.2. Weird geometry, meh.

Also 56mm f/1.2. Weird geometry, meh.

 Vancouver gets public transportation right. So easy to get around town from the airport. $10USD for all day, unlimited subway/bus ride around town.

Vancouver gets public transportation right. So easy to get around town from the airport. $10USD for all day, unlimited subway/bus ride around town.