We go to bed not knowing who our Prime Minister will be this time tomorrow. We do however know that history was made today with the election of Linda Burney as the member for Barton. She becomes the first Aboriginal woman in the House of Representatives.
Continue reading “2nd July 2016”
If you’re a Facebooker you may have seen this challenge go through your stream. I have been handed, by the fabulous sistah Dr Sandra Phillips, the what I’m calling, 345 Photo Challenge – that’s 3 photos to be posted each day for 5 days. I then hand the baton onto another person. (345 = 3 for 5 days) Continue reading “Photo Challenge: 345”
Here is a view of last sunset of 2014 from a North-West Brisbane suburb. Continue reading “Last sunset for 2014”
Of course, I didn’t end up posting an image each day. Some days I posted more than one, but there were weeks this year when I didn’t post anything at all. What I’ve learned from these projects is: Continue reading “2013 – my year in images”
Oh crap. This is one of those ‘it’s been so long since I blogged’ posts. Dammit. The whole of idea of the Deadly Blogger’s Challenge was so I wouldn’t find myself in this predicament again this year. Continue reading “The sole post for April”
Well I’m now three months into my 365Days
project. My intention was to take one photo per day using Instagram
on my iPhone, then upload the image immediately to Flickr. I’d then collate all the individual photos, add tags and descriptions into a set in Flickr
. It’s been interesting because it hasn’t always gone as I’d planned.
Continue reading “365Days: Notes three months in to 2011”