Monthly Archives: August 2009
Have been taking photos with a camera phone and people tell me that I should tidy them up. Not quite sure what they intend me to do, so here are some experiments with filters. I selected the telegraph pole and … Continue reading
Recently, it seems, zombies have been popular, both in fiction and non-fiction. And it is interesting to see where the two converge. I’ve just finished Patient Zero by Jonathan Maberry. A well paced book centred around a secret task force … Continue reading
I saw this package of diced beef in the local Coles supermarket. No label stuck to it to indicate price or, more importantly, no used by date. Had intended to mention it to staff as I went though the checkout, … Continue reading
A row of student surveyors stood outside University of Technology, Sydney’s building 2 this morning as I went in for my lecture this morning. There has been quite a few groups of students standing round with this tripod things. I … Continue reading
Probe logger \ noun: The alien who’s job it is to record details about mind probes installed in abductees.
A view from Anzac Bride across to the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Taken as a bus carried me over the bridge to Balmain. I think it is quite good for a short taken with a camera phone as the bus hurled … Continue reading
As you can see from the cash register on the tobacco counter. (Coles, World Square)
A mild mannered PC sitting reading a book at one of the bus stops behind the Queen Victoria Building.
Competition poster on the notice board at in Darling Street Balmain. Take a photo in the Leichhardt local government area between 3 and 9 of August, and upload it to the ‘Keeping It Local: Leichhardt 2009‘ flickr group by 12 … Continue reading