Thursday, 19 July 2007


A trawler in good repair. No, no, that's quality rust, that is.

Monday, 16 July 2007

The Writing is on the Wall

Well, the writing is on a wall, at least. Not very enlightening writing, mind you, but I'm sure it is helpful to know that Tamira Meehan was there.

My alternative title for this post was "And now for something completely different". Man, that was a good show. Fantastic. Outstanding. Almost completely different to this particular image.

Could I have made the effort to crop out some of the unnecessary crap? Sure. In fact, what the hell, here you go. Don't say I never do anything for you.

Sunday, 15 July 2007

Boat 3

No, I do not have a thing for boats. I am completely uninterested in boats, except to the degree that they make a mildly interesting photographic subject.

Anyway, here is another winter scene from North Queensland.

Sunday, 8 July 2007

Another Self Portrait

Shoes, with a background of shoes. I am such a damn fine photographorizer, not to mention my outstanding word thingy skills. Actually I may have mentioned those before. Several times.

Has anybody noticed how repetitive I am?
Not to put too fine a point on it, but I can occasionally be repetitive. Has anybody noticed this?

Saturday, 7 July 2007


Winter in North Queensland. It's hell.

Thursday, 5 July 2007

Not Quite

Not quite good enough to post. Not quite bad enough to trash.

On the other hand, what the hell...

Consider it trashed.

Want more?...

Monday, 2 July 2007


This used to be a photo of a creek. I liked the image, kinda, but thought it a bit contrasty. My rather amateurish attempts at reducing the contrast just resulted in a washed-out photo, so I thought, "sod this!" and started really screwing with it - increasing the contrast until it screamed for mercy, then doing some other nasty stuff in the area of hue and saturation. The results speak for themselves.

"Just shoot me," they say, "Please." But I am way too cruel to do any such thing. Mercy be damned. The results will just have to suffer, forever and ever. Ha ha ha ha ha! (Diabolical laughter)

Stairway To...

... Mena Creek. Sorry to disappoint.
This one reminds me of Monty Python's Contractual Obligations Album.