Nov. 30th, 2011 01:20 am
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A bit of a catch-up I'm afraid. Apologies for all of this in one hit. These were the fish at the restaurant the other night. I'm not sure how well you can tell but some of the fish in there are HUGE.

Sunday night we went down to the beach after dinner - probably should have been all responsible and headed straight home but... it was so NICE there!

Aaaaand this is Amy and Barnaby's veggie patch. It's coming along quite well I think :D


Jul. 14th, 2011 10:36 pm
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Henley Jetty this morning - it was beautiful down there. No editing whatsoever required on this photo.

I got up at six to get people to the airport by seven - then breakfast at Zootz Cafe in Henley Square (Eggs Florentine, YUM)also ran into someone I haven't seen in ages there, then to work where I got a call to work the late shift at Semaphore, so finished work, scooted off... to work, and got home around 9pm. I had a really nice dinner lined up but could only muster the energy for microwave pasta. Tomorrow I guess...

After all that I'm kind of tired. As Bridget Jones said... "I'm off to Bedfordshire"

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Jan. 24th, 2011 12:51 am
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A very nice trip to the beach this evening... thanks to A and B. Also thanks to them for letting me use B's camera phone and getting me the picture... as I packed ultra-light.

The sea was so very refreshing tonight :)

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Dec. 16th, 2010 11:23 pm
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Past the halfway mark! I can't believe I've been doing this for six months!

I worked two shifts today - consequently I really didn't get a chance to do something out of the ordinary for my photo. But it was a beatuiful day down at Semaphore, so between shifts I went for a walk on the jetty - very nice!

No editing at all to this photo... the sun was shining too brightly to see the screen so I just had to aim my phone and hope... I'd say it came out well. Some day I should return with a camera with a viewfinder so I can see what I'm taking!
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Today I catch up!

The first photo, in honor of Monday, was taken back in April on Hallet Cove beach. It was really a fantastic visit to the beach (bar one slight complication that shall not be spoken of, but caused no long term trouble). I must go down there again sometime. Preferably soon. I was thinking about it on Monday, and as I had a double-shift day... it'll have to do. I have another double shift on Thursday, so that may yet be another flashback ^.^;
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Today's photo is of some of the orchids that mum grows. Some are flowering now and the others are putting up a lot of flower spikes. There seems to be another one every time I look. Like roses, orchids are a gardening passion Grandma, Grandpa and Mum shared, and mum continues. They always look fantastic, though they can be a fair bit of work. It's great to watch them emerge every year.

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Thursday and Friday's photos... almost caught up.

Thursdays is a bit of a cheat. I had a busy day and didn't really get a photo op, so here is a shot I took some time in April at Glenelg - I think it's there anyhow. Glenelg's been part of my life for ages, as my Nanna lived there and I went to primary school in Glenelg. I caught and lost my first (and only) fish on that Jetty when I was four.

On Friday I went to a book signing at Borders - Garth Nix was one of my favourite authors when I was in my teens, and I still enjoy reading his books today. I took along a 1995 copy of Sabriel, he said it had been a long time since he'd signed one of those.

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Jun. 23rd, 2010 11:44 pm
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Today Amy and I went to Hallet Cove. We wandered around and enjoyed the scenery, took photos and saw the sun set. I had a lot of photos to choose from today, but I like this one. The silhouette is Amy, who had been skimming stones. I might put more photos in an LJ photo album tomorrow.


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