Burgers. Well, the components of them at least, got too busy eating them to take photos And then the Pavlova. Oh, no actually it was Pavington Lamitova… (Lamington-Pavlova hybrid).
A day trip to NZs most active volcano, just of the coast of Whakatane. Lived next to it for years, and now finally got around to getting out there (thanks for the Christmas present Dad). Exiting the Whakatane Bar Our … Continue reading
Truffle, egg, that is all.
Balloons were out again this morning: Reminded me I hadn’t yet uploaded this ominous looking one from a couple of months back:
Zipping home from dinner in the rain. As is typical I had a camera with me, so was able to grab this snap of the trees on Southbank.
http://www.deadmanespresso.com.au/ Given that this place is just around the corner, it’s a wonder I’m not here more often:
The walk home happened to coincide with the gas brigades, so I snapped a shot of some spectators:
The best camera is the one you have with you (to steal a phrase used by Chase Jarvis). And, thanks to the size and weight of the Fuji X100, I had it with me walking home from dinner tonight.
D’ya think I’m in a bit of a compostional rut? No foreground, shove the subject bottom left, blur the background. Yawn.
As part of the Qantas Australian Grand Prix, Qantas (oddly enough) pushed their sponsorship point home by flying low around Albert Park.
Pretty hard going getting any shots without one of those official photographer vests that get you closer to the action, so most of the shots have some interference from fence… But it was amazing to be there.