I haven't been out with "my' camera much lately and this blog is suffering for it, it's a wet afternoon here and I've already had a pretty big day and I have no intention of going out to photograph anything.
But I've just got new video editing software and I need to practice using it so I've thrown the whole contents of my "Websize" folder i.e all the photos I've exported as websize since shooting with my canon 5D Mk II, into a speedy animation.
This equates to about 5% of the photos I've actually taken over the last 12 months but this is just an exercise to fill in a little time.
Nathan only slightly reluctantly got up off the sofa to go out to the garden to help me practice using the video function on my camera.
I've been very slack with my Blogging lately, but heres a few shots from the Arboretum, that I played with in Lightroom then strung together in a simple slide show just for practice.
This section of the Dasher River offers some interesting water and geology pic options, the left bank looks like a shear fault, while there's some obvious metamorphism in some of the river rocks.
Got leached on the back of the ankle while I was exploring this area.
Tasmanian based, New Zealand born