Whilst cousin Leonie was busy photographing Rebekah I grabbed a quick shot of her. I tried a few effects in processing the image to give it an artistic feel.
Stayed with friends (Scott & Penny) just up the road from this mansion in Mindarie, Western Australia. The owners of this house look straight out over the ocean with an uninterrupted view.
I bought this Wireless Modem this afternoon to be able to use the internet on my laptop while out of town for the Easter Weekend. Before opening the box I attempted to activate the modem only to be told by the person on the phone that the number on the box was activated in someone else’s name and I would have to return it to place of purchase. Great – this was 10 minutes after they closed for the weekend. I was not happy to put it mildly!
Not much happening down town tonight. This image was hand held utilising street lights for lighting.
Rebekah’s kindergarten had a fund raising event today in the form of an Obstacle-Athon. All the children did really well and the event was followed by hot dogs and icy poles for lunch.
I thought it was appropriate to photograph my Blood Pressure Monitor as a reminder to us all that we need to take care of ourselves. Remember, its your heart that keeps you alive.
Once again, Narrogin hosted a Relay for Life event to raise funds for Cancer Research. Here are some of the participants just after sunrise on the path around the Thomas Hogg oval.
On our trip home from Esperance this unique car was towing a little caravan. It was such an unusual sight that gave us a laugh.
This ship arrived in Esperance at 8am and is seen here departing at 6pm. We met some of the passengers whilst having morning tea in town who were from Canada. The informed us there was 1400 passengers and 700 crew on the cruise. It was quite a spectacle watching its departure as it set sail for Albany.
This was the first day out with the new Canon 400mm f/5.6L Lens and I was most impressed with it’s performance. We took a trip out from Esperance to Woody Island and also managed to photograph Seals, Sea Lions and Dolphins.
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