Month: February 2009

  • 52/30/5 Week 8

    This week I tried some experimental night photography. I still need to work on this a bit, but some of the results are promising. Here’s Helen wandering in front of the camera (deliberately!) during a low light 30 second exposure: A picture of the car, taken in pitch dark (with the key button pressed at […]

  • 52/30/5 Week 7

    Week 7 was taken outside the Old Bus Depot Markets in Kingston, Canberra: View Larger Map Firstly, a picture of the apartment buildings just North of the markets. I always think it looks a little like Wall-E from this angle, although it’s more like a Dalek from other angles: Next, the old power house building. […]

  • 52/30/5 Week 6

    Week 6 takes us to Black Mountain Peninsula. View Larger Map An interesting looking tree: Some benches: Australia’s Parliament House on the other side of the lake: After that we moved on to Mt Ainslie. View Larger Map Canberra Airport, which is quite close to the mountain: And a railing to the lookup at the […]

  • 52/30/5 Week 5

    Week 5 sees us travel to Cairns. No map this time, you’ll just have to Google for Cairns. Most of the photos come from a fantastic trip we did with [Wait-a-While](, well worth it if you want to see the rainforest in more detail than most tours. First, a mountain just South of Cairns. I […]

  • 52/30/5 Week 4

    For week 4 I went to Scrivener Dam, the dam that holds the water into the major lake in Canberra. View Larger Map A view of the dam from the nearby carpark: The road over the top of the dam: Looking downstream: And the bubbler at the carpark: And finally, a view of Government House, […]

  • Backlog

    I’ve been a bit behind in posting photos to this blog. I’ve been taking them and putting them on Flickr, but not getting around to this bit. But here they are now!