Thought you might be interested

No, I haven’t fallen into some sludge pit at the Treatment Plant!  Just that with the weather being only average at best, we’ve not been out much, and when we have its been, well, average. Hope to publish a compilation on the weekend, but here is a quick look at a project I provided an image for.

The National Parks Service of NSW have created some interpretation boards for the centre at the Dunphys Camp in the Blue Mountains National Park, and one of my White-winged Chough images forms part of the motif.

I really like the overall feel of the finished result, and would even if my image wasn’t on there.

So here is a jpg quick look.

DUNPHYS CAMP  draft sides 2 (1)

and Here is a larger pdf DUNPHYS CAMP draft sides 2
The original image is over in Flickr here.

White-winged Chough

Having walked in this area so many years ago when I had legs that could carry me over that terrain, it really appreciate the effort made here.

Thanks for the creative team for their super work.


September Wag Tales Newsletter

Well I survived the first copy as editor, so swung by for another attempt

The August version was reduced in file size to make it easier to upload and download, but folk with big big monitors report that the pics looked  a tad unsharp.  So.

This time around the pdf is a bit larger.  Looked ok when I printed it, and was fine on the 27″ mac.

Some of the images will go up on a Flickr Page. But, that’s tomorrows job.

The link on the Wag Tales tab will take you there, but for the tab weary, or wary.

September 2014 Wag Tales