beer, bikes and good friends - by me
Tonight I got to hang out with my very good friend, Zac. This was his first ‘beer and bike night’ and he thoroughly enjoyed it. Unfortunately Emelia could not make it as she is doing a 33 mile ride tomorrow morning and wanted a night of good rest.
I also made a six pack holder using my leather wrist cuff. Worked a charm!
- the photograph of me riding was taken by Zac -
I was sitting at this crossing for 20mins!
looks a bit fishy - by me
I thought I would take the time to share some knowledge. I came across the idea on Flickr and I thought it was so good that everyone that is interested in photography, in any way, should know about it.
How to make a fish eye lens for around $20 (excluding cost of camera)
Get yourself down to your local DIY store and purchase the following items:
Packet of adhesive Blu Tack
A peepy eye hole for a front door (offically called a door viewer…boring)
Tear off two small pieces of Blu Tack and apply it to the viewing end of the peepy eye hole.
Carefully apply the peepy eye hole, using the Blu Tack, over the camera lens taking care to get it as near to the centre as possible.
Press firmly to make sure it’s secure and it should look something like this.
Set your camera to full optical zoom which will elimate the view of the actual tube through the eyepiece. It should look something like this on your cameras viewing screen.
Get out there and take some pictures.
wooden man - by me
If you are ever in the situation where you are sitting at our dining table, eating good food and drinking good wine or beer, then it is customary to leave your mark.
Our dining table was, and still partially is, Deanna’s art table and is therefore covered in paint, carvings and sketchings.
It’s a cool table. Come and leave us something to remember you by.