A bit of a mixture
I got my prints back from the framer yesterday and set to work Labeling. Tried a new man in Narooma for the matting and the result was rather disappointing. About half had rough edges and will have to go back. I'll give him a chance to fix the problem and see how he responds and how the new work presents that I left with him turns out. Fortunately there's time before its needed.
Its ages since I've done any labeling so I downloaded the free software from Avery.
It was a huge improvement on the version I'd used some years ago and the V5 is downloaded not V4 as shown on the website so I guess its as up to date as could be.
Tina went of to Croquet yesterday afternoon and had only been gone when the phone rang. It was friends from Canada who migrate a year or two before we left for Oz in 1970. We'd lost touch and a mutual friend died last year so the link was broken. Wonderful what you can find on the web, they tracked me down and it was marvelous to catch up after so long.
Here's another side of the mother mountain's moods taken during a ferocious storm a week or so ago. With some prompting from a third party I've started a daily series of shots which will become a sequence of time lapses of the whole year, Summer and winter. I've pinched Tina's Canon G9 for this exercise leaving my Sony DSLR free for other matters.The heat's back again this week and so far today the wind hasn't got up to take the edge of it. I must have words with the weather man.
'Nuff for now.
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