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Lights, Camera, Action! This is a closeup view of LED lights from my his DJ (Disc Jockey) gear.
Time gets away and I need to take photographs earlier in the day. For any young folk out there this is a photograph of a vinyl album. This is how we got out music before those new-fangled compact discs and … Continue reading
It is raining again. Glad I went shopping yesterday and got some light reading. Something for the brain, something for the heart and something for the taste buds – yum! I finally got around to buying ‘The Land of the Painted Caves’. … Continue reading
Possums are very persistent little blighters. This cute little possum was living in our roof after finding a space in the barge boards (the timber on the ends of the roof) and making it big enough to squeeze through into … Continue reading
Getting up close and personal with the front load washing machine – a close-up view from inside.
Oops… it’s 11PM and raining outside and I still haven’t taken a photo today. What is a guy to do but look around the room for inspiration… lots of potential subjects… too hard… too boring… then an inspired thought…. the … Continue reading
Yippee, an afternoon storm has brought some cool relief to a hot humid day.
I have always been impressed with bubble wrap – who hasn’t taken delight in popping those bubbles – try not to get too many fingerprints on the computer monitor!
Meet Max the Wonder Dog. I found out the taking pictures of dogs is not that easy. Get down to their level – yeah, right … easier said then done … as soon as I did that he bounded over … Continue reading