47th Day, November 9, 2009

Thank you to the following people who let me take photos of them, without their agreement this project would not be possible. My posting has been later than usual only because I got home late, AND I have been trying to figure out a way to incorporate a new “theme” in. Starting today, I shall have a question to ask each person I take a photo of for each week. Their answer shall be incorporated into the photo (only on this blog). If the people want copies of the photo, they can email me and ask, or visit either “the flickr set” or the “Facebook page” (if they don’t mind the watermark, then can use either facebook or flickr).

So here are the photos of today.



Question of the week: What do you want to be remembered for?

1st Year Arts

2nd Year Arts

2nd Year Arts

Economics Major

1st Year Science


1st Year Commerce

2nd Year Science


3rd Year Arts

4th Year Arts

Group shots:


2 thoughts on “47th Day, November 9, 2009

  1. Kelsey says:

    Did that 3rd Year Arts guy really want to be remembered for “Elevating Human Suffering?” I’m thinking he might have meant Alleviating Human Suffering or Eliminating Human Suffering? I can’t imagine him wanting to elevate it. Or maybe the world is a crueler place than I thought.

  2. Rabi says:

    Yeah, that confused me for a bit as well. I know that he means it in terms of Alleviating/Eliminating, but after looking the word up to double check I got:

    To raise to a higher moral, cultural, or intellectual level.

    I thought it made sense? But I did do all of this updating late at night, so maybe it IS MY mistake.



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