Here I was trying out some filters, or is that poorly trying out some filters. I did however learn an awful lot, including a few somewhat obvious exposure issues, or extra clicks that I really should have known better on. Now to find the perfect vantage point.
At the shop buying sunscreen as we were on our way to the beach and this kid comes out and is all… “hey take my picture, put me in the paper”. His friends were still in the corner store buying soft drinks and it reminded me of a hundred different days I had with my friends growing up.
Click, click. “so, what’s your name?” I ask. “Anthony”.
I hope you like the photo I took Anthony, I think you have an excellent smile.
Anthony, if your parents would like a bigger size jpeg of this photo please contct me via the Contact page and I will email it to you. Also if they would prefer to not have a photo of you on the web, please let me know as soon as possible. All the best mate, smile big.
On one side the most amazing views of Sydney, you wander along the foreshore and then rather unexpectedly a cemetery. Death overall less so unexpected I guess; we know it is coming, yet we are so poorly prepared. These tombstones for the Sisters of the Sacred Heart Convent.