One of the joys of fourth year science is that, regardless of sound planning and diligence in both lab work, and written work, everything comes at once. To that end, I’ll be taking a six week break from this blog to ensure I get my progress report for the year, and exams, completed to the highest standards I can. While photography remains important to me, I’m equally passionate about microbes, and have to take this opportunity to prove that: 1) I’m capable of performing scientific research to a high standard; 2) my work will ultimately advance the area of microbiology in which I’m working, and 3) I’m able to achieve things that I commit myself to.
So, that’s it from me until the 20th of October. In the meantime, enjoy the six attached photos (one for each impending week of absence) from my pre-workaholism jaunt around the Otago Harbour.