Cameraphone Photos of the Month - May 2015

May will be remembered as the month my phone camera developed a bug where it wouldn't focus properly.

May will be remembered as the month my phone camera developed a bug where it wouldn't focus properly.

And a month of extremely cheap pumpkin.

And a month of extremely cheap pumpkin.

Obviously it was Autumn.

Obviously it was Autumn.

There were special birthdays.

There were special birthdays.

Had to find enough candles.

Had to find enough candles.

And Happy Birthday to you too, cheese.

And Happy Birthday to you too, cheese.





Sydney

The view from my hotel window in Sydney.

The view from my hotel window in Sydney.

The view from Observatory Hill in Sydney.

The view from Observatory Hill in Sydney.

It was also Autumn in Sydney.

It was also Autumn in Sydney.

The earliest I've ever been in Darling Harbour.

The earliest I've ever been in Darling Harbour.

I like Adelaide, but I do enjoy tall buildings.

I like Adelaide, but I do enjoy tall buildings.

The gravity is SA is obviously stronger.

The gravity is SA is obviously stronger.






Glass tables and puppies are a fun combo.

Glass tables and puppies are a fun combo.

Chow working on an entry for his Chow's Bargains Blog.

Chow working on an entry for his Chow's Bargains Blog.

Chow not not impressed by his options after winning a  Gloria Jeans gift voucher and not bringing a backup lunch.

Chow not not impressed by his options after winning a Gloria Jeans gift voucher and not bringing a backup lunch.

This beer was called the Wheaty Bix beer. It was enjoyable dinner.

This beer was called the Wheaty Bix beer. It was enjoyable dinner.

Another month of seeing these dudes lose, live.

Another month of seeing these dudes lose, live.

This was not the amazing idea that I first thought it was as I prepared it.

This was not the amazing idea that I first thought it was as I prepared it.

Another dog came and destroyed the couch and ran that way, said Nash.

Another dog came and destroyed the couch and ran that way, said Nash.

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