Back Home Again
supera1000 at fastmail.fm
Sat Oct 10 18:10:13 EDT 2009
Thanks - the trip was one we had been sort of planning for almost 30
years! Now to go back to some of the places we visited and spend a bit
more time there (packing and unpacking every few days does get a bit
wearing after a while....)
Western Sydney Australia
On Thu, 08 Oct 2009 10:25 -0400, "ann sanfedele" <annsan at nyc.rr.com>
> Brian - although I didn't go through it in great detail (that's just my
> lifestyle these days) I did enjoy checking out your
> travel journal that Christine posted because it is exactly the kind of
> trip I love -- coast to coast by ground transportation in
> one's country of residence... driving being first choice. Of course,
> "coast to coast" in some areas isn't quite as long a journey
> as you too or has I've taken :-)
> Look forward to your Pesos
> Brian Walters wrote:
> >G'day all
> >I'm back from my 7 week trip across Australia (east to west and back
> >again). All up, 4,200 km by train and 10,300 km driving.
> >Did I miss anything?
> >A few things I learned on the trip:
> >1. Red wine and laptop keyboards don't play well together.
> >2. Dave Savage is a good bloke (although I'd already guessed that).
> >3. The D700 is a monster camera (well...compared to my K200D and
> >4. Never count on the weather being cooperative when you feel like
> >doing some 'serious' photography (the weather was particularly foul for
> >most of the trip).
> >5. Film is dead! As usual I packed one film camera (an ME-F this time)
> >and a few rolls of film. They weren't used.
> >While in Perth I found an exhibition of Richard Woldenthorp's aerial
> >landscape photography at the Art Gallery. The exhibition, titled
> >'Abstract Earth', featured photographs of patterns in the Australian
> >landscape taken from about 1,500 metres. There's a slide show of the
> >photographs here, if anyone would like to take a look:
> >I'm still sorting though my photos in the hope that there might be a few
> >I can PESO. In the meantime, if anyone wants to see where we went and
> >what we did, there are some low res photos on our holiday blog. Some of
> >you might have already seen some of it (thanks, Christine, for posting
> >the link):
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