In late July I found this piece of machinery.
Gingerly following my guide up through the wet spots,
and there were plenty, I found myself standing
on the slope just above my signature in his photo.
My right foot slipped a tad,
my right knee buckle (in sympathy)
and before I knew it I was falling.
Thte incident to only a few seconds
before I was on the ground
beside the concrete block with a few bruises
and a very bruised ego.
Probably not really a ‘stumble’.
More like a stumble without the ‘s’.
I may be a bit off the mark this week.
However, these are two two photos each of which
has been shown here in its original state
and after I had played around editing it.
I had just installed a copy of Photoshop Elements
on my computer and was learning how to use it…still am.
On the outskirts of Geelong there is an old paper mill.
This is the interior of one building straight out of camera.
After it was brightened it look a bit over exposed..
For the few minutes spent working on this today
I think it is probably the pick as long
as the original is not around
I have more than once stated that
Maggie’s GGreat Grandmother and
Taji’s GGGreat Grandfather were litter mates.
The manner in which Taji goes about
everyday life is so similar to Maggie…
…that it has to be hereditary and not just coincidence.
Well we like to think it is 🙂
Court Houses are often the scene where
legal arguments are justified one way or another.
This Court House now serves as a museum
to the gold rush era.
Another town and a combined
Court House Council Chamber.
Photoshop removed the modern parking sign
however, the building is no longer used for its
original purpose due to expansion
and amalgamation of local municipalities.
Feeding seagulls at Eastern Beach
Entertaining tourists in Brugge (Belgium)
Young appreciating experience.
Photographer and model in Stanley Park,
A tender moment at
the Port of Vancouver.
tertiary education assignment.
Some people halt when they see me
setting up my tripod,
while others just bounce on past.