Zoomable panorama of Sydney Harbour shot from North Head.
Zoomable pano link here: http://degrootphotography.com.au/stuff/Sydney/Sydney.htm
42 images (shot at 400mm) stitched together.
Preview image attached.
Male Superb Lyrebird calling. Cc/ @lauraritchie
Angulate tortoise. The first one's a male, and older/bigger (about 20cm) - they're more peanut-shaped. The last three are female. Rounder, and this one was about 12cm long, so younger and more vibrantly coloured. ^.^
The government is threatening to legislate our encryption away again, and I'm standing by what I wrote last time.
Move over Steam Link, there's a Raspberry Pi app in town now https://www.gamingonlinux.com/articles/move-over-steam-link-theres-a-raspberry-pi-app-in-town-now.13092 #Valve #Steam #Apps #Beta
Visited the Australian War Memorial in Canberra this morning. Was only there 3.5 hours so didn’t get to see everything, but the 90 minute free tour was excellent.
A solemn place where you find yourself walking intentionally quietly.
Despite that, I still found myself excited by some of the technology on show. For instance the Me-262 (world’s first jet fighter) and Me-163 (world’s first rocket plane), and a flintlock pistol. War sucks, but it does amazing things for innovation.
A few phone #photos from today’s journey from Tamworth to Canberra.
If you’re wondering if you should say “you and I” or “you and me”, delete the “you and” and see if you sound like Cookie Monster. Switch if you do.
“You and me should go” yields “me should go”. Use “I” here instead.
“That’s good for you and I” yields “That’s good for I”. Use “me” here instead.
Possum was away yesterday, but back sleeping this morning and occasionally stirring to preen or scratch. #possumCam
Photographer, foodie, Blacksmith, IT geek in and around Cedar Creek, QLD, 🇦🇺
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