Cameraphone Photos of the Month - June 2015

So that problem with my phone's camera focus turned out to be a cracked lens, and not a software bug. I tried to fix it by smashing out the glass with a knife and replacing it with new lens glass. This… did not go so well. Afterwards I had a camera that worked, but was incapable of focus. Well, I could focus by moving my feet.

It didn't stop me from trying to send Snapchats though.

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It was unfortunate timing for the death of my phone camera, as June proved to be a very busy month. So...
The first Photos of the Month to actually feature photos from my real camera! Welcome to photos of my tropical holiday.

The first Photos of the Month to actually feature photos from my real camera! Welcome to photos of my tropical holiday.



Beaches.

Beaches.

Coral

Coral

Butterflies

Butterflies

Sunrises

Sunrises

Sand Poops

Sand Poops






Tropical Places

Cairns

Cairns

Fitzroy Island

Fitzroy Island

Palm Cove

Palm Cove

Port Douglas

Port Douglas

Cape Tribulation

Cape Tribulation





I went to an above average number of seaside for a June.

I went to an above average number of seaside for a June.

South Australian beaches were less sunsoaked.

South Australian beaches were less sunsoaked.

Not much snorkelling went on down south.

Not much snorkelling went on down south.

The Jeep went four-wheel driving, for about two minutes.

The Jeep went four-wheel driving, for about two minutes.

Yes it was back to Winter. Alex did a Football.

Yes it was back to Winter. Alex did a Football.

It was also olive picking season.

It was also olive picking season.

The End

The End

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