Monthly Archives: January 2012
Friends told me about a small trail up a hill to overlook Karratha, where I am currently living. The town is kind of stretched around the hill, so it gives a pretty good overview over it. it took me 15 images and a total stitched image length of 23.143 pixels aka 245 cm length and 58 cm high, with 293 degrees of coverage
As the cyclone heidi is now approaching, we get even more clouds and rain, so I took to the same spot as yesterday to get some new shots, this time, stitched out of 10 images. what interested me was that there always where some pockets of rain, with spots of free blue sky with sun included. it is still uncertain if the cyclone will really hit us, as it slows down, so maybe tomorrow i will take another shot during rain. stay tuned
As I am now living a little more than two month in Karratha, Western Australia, we never had rain, and only solid 35-48 degrees celsius, every day. So finally we got some rain and with it, a lot of clouds. As we have more than enough sun here, the sunset was amazing. I didn’t manage to get out before, so I only got the last 4-5 minutes of this beauty.
Tomorrow, we will be hit by the first cyclone of the year, maybe I then get some new stuff as well, or have enough time to edit a lot of other stuff 🙂
as i not only lived 4.5 years in denmark, but also worked at Tap1, which is an event venue in the old bottling facility of carlsberg, i kind of have a special connection to the carlsberg beer 🙂 one of my coworkers just bought a new fridge and as he put some beer inside, i just had to stop him to take a picture, as i just had been to tooo many carlsberg events at my venue, including the launch of this kind of new bottle…. so this i a kind of hello to all my danish friends in copenhagen! hope you guys are having a good time!!!
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
The concert hall at the Syndey Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 23,000 times in 2011. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 9 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.