So you can probably tell that the regular posts have been a little off this past month. And by off, I mean practically non-existent. This is the busiest time of year for me at work, mainly working on end of financial year things like annual reports. Although it is nice to be kept busy, it's currently pretty hectic - we've got a handful of due dates looming in the next few weeks, and I will be out of the office now for almost two of them! Next Tuesday and Wednesday I'm heading to a two day conference on innovation in government that I was nominated for. While it does sound pretty interesting, I didn't realise the time of it... considering I'm then off work from that Friday until the next Friday as the wife and I are heading to Perth to visit my mum and stepdad. While my colleague will still be in the office then, she's then out for a week the day I get back, which means we need to get pretty much everything done by this coming Monday. It's likely to be a late one. Anyway, all of this has meant that for the last month I've been coming home from work and having almost zero interest in writing or using the computer for productive reasons and just wanting to turn off my brain.
Anyway! As a follow up post to the Ekka photo diary, I'm here with yet more photos I took while there, but this time from my Lomography Fisheye One, which seems to be my first (working) film camera. I was pretty happy that the majority of photos turned out, and for those extra few that didn't, I'll remember to use the flash next time. Psst, I also have an Olympus Trip 35 on its way to me in the post.
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