Time Flies…

This entry was posted Sunday, 13 December, 2009 at 10:54 pm

It has been quite a while since I last posted something (how often to do see that comment made by someone on their blog?), in fact 4 months today. I’ve really had a lot on during that time including, ,helping to organise/run a Ultimate tournament for ~370 people (which also included training for, and playing in), attending conferences, trying to set up a new website for the TUA (as well as keep up with other admin), not to mention how busy work has been. It probably hasn’t helped that my body clock has been out of sync with the rest of the world lately, as my girlfriend isn’t around to encourage me to go to bed/get up at reasonable hours of the day. Luckily Christmas is fast approaching and it will give me chance to have a  bit of a break from work (and non-work work) and recharge my batteries a bit.

During the last few months I didn’t manage to squeeze in a quick holiday in Victoria, heading down the Great Ocean Road. It is a really nice part of the world, and has inspired me to try an see a bit more of my of own country, instead of constantly going overseas for Holidays. The shorter flights also seem like a definite bonus. Here are a few nice panaroma I took on the trip (and stitched together using Hugin)
The Twelve Apostles (Eastern View)

Loch Ard Gorge

The first shot is of The Twelve Apostles, which are pretty well know (at least the Western View is), but the second shot inside Loch Ard Gorge (just to the west of the apostles) was also a very nice little spot. Click on the images for much large versions, though be aware that are fairly large in size (600k & 1000k).

I was also really impressed with how Hugin handled the merging of the waves at different spots between the photos.

2 Comments to Time Flies…

  1. Nicole says:

    December 15th, 2009 at 9:20 am

    Wow, you’re photos look amazing. Our photos on our Great Ocean Road article are from Tourism Victoria (http://www.holidayinspirations.com.au/Stories/VIC/GreatOceanRoad/The-Great-Ocean-Road.html). Feel free to share some of your photos on our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/HolidayInspirations

  2. Mazil says:

    December 15th, 2009 at 9:04 pm

    Great photos! Such a picturesque part of Australia. I would love to go there again 🙂

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