Built In 1980 by the Hobart City Council, the West Hobart “Snake” bowl was the second of it’s kind in … Continue reading Skate the Snake
Video highlight from Sunday’s ride with friend Evan down some of the same tracks as the previous night ride post. … Continue reading More Mountain Biking action
Here’s a video I put together if you’re interested in my mountain biking adventures! Jump on board for tonight’s ride … Continue reading Take a ride with me …
A couple of posts ago I lamented some – rather major – technical issues and possible loss of data including … Continue reading Data Recovery!
Hi, I haven’t posted for a bit. Apart from enjoying life and working, I’m working through a PC / server … Continue reading Technical issues
Monday was a day of leisure, a public holiday for the Hobart Regatta. What better way to spend it – … Continue reading Happy trails
On a ride by myself last week, I spotted a large fungi beside the track. What better excuse to stop … Continue reading Trail fungi
I noticed the wooden sailing vessel Rhonda H plying the River Derwent with some rag up in a stiff breeze … Continue reading Rhonda H under sail
On a 1.5 hour ride yesterday with my neighbours on some muddy trails, we climbed 359m and covered a fun … Continue reading On ya bike ..
After my neighbour/friend Evan bought himself a Polygon 29″ mountain bike a few months ago, I pulled out my antique … Continue reading Fresh wheels on happy trails
(8 photos) – My mate Ev, his son Sam and I took a weekend trip to remote Maydena, the last … Continue reading Adventure goes down hill
The last few posts show how magnificently beautiful Tasmania is, yet, a ravenous beast lurks on the island. Perhaps one … Continue reading Beauty and the Beast
(6 photos – click to enlarge) – Another stop late on Saturday night was Otago Bay on the banks of … Continue reading Abandoned ship!
(13 photos) – Hobart has one of the deepest protected ports in the southern hemisphere and has a long maritime … Continue reading Blowin’ in the wind
I love photographing old things. It’s fun finding well aged items, often discarded, weathered, past their prime, sometimes still in … Continue reading Feeling a little rusty
I was fortunate enough to spend a couple of hours with a new MG3 – an ideal opportunity for a … Continue reading MG3 Auto – First impressions
This long Aussie Day weekend, spare a thought to those that don’t often get a weekend. Those that dedicate their … Continue reading No weekend …
This beautiful rusty relic with it’s lovely patina sits in the front yard of Moonah Spring-Works.OLYMPUS EM1 II; M.12-40mm F2.8 … Continue reading Rusty Ford