Burnie, Tasmania

I’ve written a new script that automagically compiles a blog post out of a folder of images using EXIF data. It took about an hour longer than I thought it would due to Lightroom 3 not using standard EXIF fields and labels, but in the future it should make posting photos to this blog way easier and less time consuming than my previous blog-post-creation script. Over the next week I’ll catch up with as many old batches of photos that I never got around to sharing here when I took them.

But first a quick test.

In December I visited Tasmania for the first time. I only had one goal: to spot a wild platypus and take a photo. Thankfully I found a very cheap and handy bike hire place and cycled out to a small reserve near Burnie, the port where our ship had docked.

Burnie, Tasmania

Burnie, Tasmania: A platypus! I tried taking a good photo, but this was the best I could do.

A platypus! I tried taking a good photo, but this was the best I could do.

Burnie, Tasmania: no description

Burnie, Tasmania: no description

Burnie, Tasmania: no description

Burnie, Tasmania: Bike ride.

Bike ride.

Burnie, Tasmania: no description

Broken knife!

Broken knife!: Thankfully this happened during a practice session, not during a show.

Thankfully this happened during a practice session, not during a show.


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