Yeah... some areas may lead you off the actual path, for example at the northern end of the border there's the small green blob that is the city of L?beck, that was West Germany. However, the large green bit to its east was GDR, same colour.
However, regions such as the northern border of Bavaria towards Thuringia are clearly visible, it's a drop of multiple colours along that line. However, one dark purple section is north of the border...
So I've been working for what seems like an eternity on this new radiotherapy (using x-rays to treat cancer) technique, which has meant a lot of evening and weekend work, has met resistance from a few people because it's 'new' and is 'more work' (it's not, actually, you just have to get out of your comfort zone and stop being a putz) but it does improve patients' treatment so has also got a lot of support from other colleagues and the clinicians. So I've kept pushing and pushing and pushing... and it's being used clinically to treat a patient in the very near future! It's not a technique I've developed, but I have adapted it to our department's local practice and the specific site that's being treated in this case, so I'm feeling pretty damn proud of myself
Yesterday I took my Grade 7 AMEB (Australian Music Examinations Board) Harp Exam.
(For those of you unfamiliar with these exams, the highest (numbered) grade you can do is Grade 8, then you do Associate and Licentiate, which is concert soloist level)
I got my results a short while afterwards, and I got an A (Honours)!
(Highest possible result is A+ for outstanding performances)