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The EMBABE Diaries

Head in the Clouds

Being a commuter (i.e. those of us who fly in for classes) has its disadvantages – we miss out on a lot of school events that take place outside school weekends and find it a little more difficult to network. But here’s the silver lining – clouds (pun fully intended). Chances are I am the only one of my class with such an appreciation for big masses of hanging fog, but I love curling up in my window seat and just watching the clouds go by. It’s the most relaxing thing in the world.

Back from Orientation week, with the Carpathians below.

Back from Orientation week, with the Carpathians below.

Almost home...31 Jan again

Almost home…31 Jan again

Flying to school on Valentine's Day - an appropriately pink sunset

Flying to school on Valentine’s Day – an appropriately pink sunset

A cold spring...snow on the ground on 14 March

A cold spring…snow on the ground on 14 March

London calling! Back to school on 14 March

London calling! Back to school on 14 March

Snow on the Carpathians, April 2013
Snow on the Carpathians, April 2013

The perfect break - sunny skies in Vienna, mit Aperolspritzer.
The perfect break – sunny skies in Vienna, mit Aperolspritzer.
Oh, Vienna...
Oh, Vienna…
Who knew a view from the highway could be so pretty?
Who knew a view from the highway could be so pretty?
Study sky - the view from my window today as I prepare to wrestle with market power
Study sky – the view from my window on 19 April as I prepare to wrestle with market power
The perfect sunset - after the International Assignment in India

The perfect sunset – after the International Assignment in India. Courtesy of my talented colleague Niels Chabot.


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