Eclipsed

Normally I don't bother, but because I have a new camera I decided I should take some photos of the lunar eclipse tonight.

Here's some other people doing it probably better than I could.

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Bluffing

This weekend Nash got to go on a holiday. Things started on Friday with a walk from Encounter Bay to Victor Harbor.

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Along the way there were signs of things to come.

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On Saturday the sun was shining and we walked up the Bluff.

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From there it was down past Petrel Cove and on the walk to King's Beach where Nash got to be her best self.

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This walk justified a visit to Port Elliot Bakery and then another walk around the cove and up the hill.

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After some rest and then another walk along the Hindmarsh River (without the camera) the end of a long day came to a close.

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Queen Equizabeth II

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Seems a little strange that a single 96 year old lady halfway across the earth dies and today I get a day off work. But in 2019 a single person got a little too close to a pangolin we all know how that turned out.

Like a few people in Adelaide I spent my morning in Belair National Park getting my feet dirty.

Here's some photos.

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Pacifically

Why is it called the Pacific North West when it's the north east part of the pacific?

Anyway I am working on a series called "Birds of the Australian Pacific North East? South West?" and because this panorama took nearly twenty minutes for my computer to process, only for me crop it by 70%, I am sharing it as some kind of preview.

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Single Lens Reflections

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I was pontificating to myself (mainly) about photography and more specifically what I hope to get out of it. You know, to self actualize more efficiently. These thoughts occurred in me because I successfully rekindled my hobby of photographing things by investing $4,000 into a new camera back in July. While on holiday for two weeks I took over 800 photos and in the two weeks since I returned I hadn’t turned it on.

A bird of paradise gets drained by a bird of domesticity.

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I want to take photos, but I struggle to know what I should take photos of. There are lots of nice looking things and places in Adelaide and some of them I have photographed already.

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I don’t really have a desire to find things that look good and simply take technically correct photos of them. I believe photography is a tool with which I enrich novelty and experiences in my life further. This occurs in the moment - as my brain is forced to notice details and angles about my surroundings in order to better capture them. And it occurs in the post processing where I get a relatively quick follow up of the experience I have just had, filling in the memories and giving me easy access to digital copies that I can review again when I want to ingrain the memories further.

The reward is seeing nice pictures that remind me of nice times.

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So I guess the memories I chose to enrich from today were signs of spring.

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And eating hot chips at the seaside while watching the sunset.

I like to leave the birds in.

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Overlay

As I have been back from holidays for five days and haven't done any coding for more than that, plus now that I have a new camera, tonight I decided to eat a Maxibon and add full screen overlay mode for large images on my site.

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Birthday Fishing Charter

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Always good to visit Sydney occasionally and remind yourself of your own insignificance.

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