Wow! That’s it for 2014. It’s gone by quite fast and I’m happy that I managed to get a new photo up here each week. Hopefully you have enjoyed some of them. 🙂
Here is the last photo of the year, which just happens to be a (not-so-subtle) hint of my photography project for 2015 …
Don’t worry, I won’t be posting a photo on here every day. I will be attempting to fill the journal though and I’ll post any interesting shots up here from time to time.
HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE!
Playing around with making the tree lights go different shapes. Tree shaped lights seemed obvious. 🙂
Another kid finishes primary school and is off to high school! We must be getting old! 😛
This year has gone so fast! Christmas is just over two weeks away. The kids are getting into the spirit (not the spirits :P). Here is one of their constructions …
It tasted good too. 🙂
I took part in one of those Facebook challenges during the week. The goal was to post a black and white image day for five days and nominate others to do the same. Here are the photos I posted for mine:Some of the people I nominated have been posting some great images and some I’m still waiting to see … 😉
I’ve finally joined the smartphone brigade with my new iPhone 6. Phones have never really been a gadget that interested me much, but my ancient Nokia was dying and the new iPhone appealed – possibly helped by the Mac/iPad/iPhone stealth invasion at our house. There was some silliness involved with getting it; it was delivered to the house, then taken away to the local post office for us to collect later (very convenient).
At least it was smart enough to make the initial setup simple. Now I just have to load it with apps and worry about going over my download allowance. 😛
Only one week left of my TAFE course. I have one assignment to hand in and a portfolio presentation and I’m done! All my work is done except for choosing and mounting a couple more prints. It has been fun and educational and I’m going to miss it next year. 🙁
‘Spose I should do something with it now. 😛
This was a TAFE assessment shot we did. It was a food and metal surface combo thing. It looks tasty to me, which is good for a food shot. 🙂 I keep tweaking the colour but can’t seem to get it to where I’m 100% happy with it. Still, it passed.
Here are a few of the insects we collected on our PAX road trip to Melbourne over the weekend … 😛
I think the car is going to need a wash!
I’ve been meaning to get up to Katoomba to take another shot of the Three Sisters for a while. I did a sunset panorama up there a few years back and have wanted to have another go. So, up bright and early this morning and tried sunrise this time. The sky was just as boring but the valley full of mist was a big improvement.