Monday, 30 June 2008

Water, a Break, and The Interlude

Something Wet
Guess What!
green and blue nature photoIt's been quite a long time since I last posted here, and a lot's happened in that time. For those loyal readers that have kept watch here in my absence, I'll try to summarize what's been going on.

Firstly - Water! I went on a holiday to Goomburra National Park over the Queen's Birthday weekend, and there was lots and lots of water there! As anyone who's been following my blog will know, there isn't much water where I live so this was a special event. I took about 1,200 shots in the 36 hours, and got quite a few good photos out of the trip. Over the next few weeks I'll try to post some of those shots here. Update: The photo above was taken at Goomburra - can you guess what it is? For the answer, click here.

I've also had exams in the past week, so I've been focusing entirely on study and didn't have time to work on this blog. Consequentially the traffic has gone down from about 300 visits per day to 160. Hopefully with a bit of regular posting this might come up again, but as I've said before, traffic ain't everything!

Finally, there's going to be another interruption to the posting schedule again soon. I'm travelling to Sydney in about a week's time for World Youth Day - an international gathering of youth that will attract 120,000 overseas visitors to Australia. I'm not sure if there will be internet access available, but if there is I will certainly try and get some photos up during WYD.

So, that's about all for now. Thanks a lot to the people who have stayed around during the quiet period in this blog, I will try to get around to your websites soon, but can't guarantee anything until August!

Wednesday, 11 June 2008

No Wordless Wednesday

Friday, 6 June 2008

Soft "Peach" Sunset - SWF

Soft "Peach" Sunset
Orange Glow over the hills

Sky Watch Friday
peach coloured sunsetHere's another sunset taken at the Indooroopilly golf club. I particularly like the "peach" colour of the sky here - this picture is the type which I like for a desktop background. How do you like the colours in this picture? Too soft for your taste, or just right?

If you would like to request the full-size image for any of the pictures on my site, just email me and I'll try to arrange it for you. Most of my pictures taken with the Fujifilm camera are available at 9MP resolution (3500x2600 approx.)

Wednesday, 4 June 2008

Lazy Rock! - Wordless Wednesday

Lazy Looking Rock!
Rock with shadows in Sunlight
Wordless Wednesday

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