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Twenty years ago this morning we were woken up by siren after siren screaming through our suburb at something like three in the morning. We got up and looked out the front windows and saw orange in the sky north of us. We thought it might have been the Como Primary School. We got dressed and headed into the night. As it turns out, it was the historic Como Hotel engulfed in flames. Built in 1878, destroyed 3 November 1996, and rebuilt five years later keeping the original brickwork and facades.
This morning I finished scanning all my analogue photos at 600dpi. At least I think I have. I'd have to double check everything, but pretty sure I'm done.
But I don't think I'll ever fully label my holiday photos from the digital age. At least with them geotagged all I need to do is load them into GeoSetter or some such and it instantly shows me where a photo was taken. Then it's easy enough to research on the internet what it was.
Also today I realised it was three years ago today that I took off for my "Eurasia 2012" holiday. So I've been frantically labelling photos for the blog entries. I doubt I'll get much past Israel/Jordan in this round, as it simply takes too long to choose photos to display, and I've only culled down the first two weeks of that two month holiday. It's hard work I tells ya!
So anyway, three years ago today I spent two days getting to the other side of the planet all by myself.
A couple of Fridays back @CLBradley and I went to the Lighty for lunch. Which was very pleasant in the sun. Going back to face the problems at work afterwards sucked a bit. But I did get plenty of cool photos of the birds.