Okay, it was slightly optimistic to think I’d have sorted through all the Australia photos by Christmas. But here are the first second fruits: a tour of the Eastern seaboard almost as frantic as it felt (minus one significant exception—I’m saving Tassie for last). I’ve tried to avoid too many of the obvious shots and include only the things that struck me as new or unusual on my umpteenth visits to Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Brisbane, with one or two familiar landmarks thrown in. Shame I couldn’t take the camera on the Bridge Climb—that was fantastic (thanks, G).

Eastern States

The whole exercise reminds me how much of my first twenty years of photo-taking goes untapped in Detail, but half of them are in storage, and as for the other half... well, that’s a lot of scanning.

11 March 2006 · Travel

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