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Lots more pictures!

So I took the camera with me when I went home today, and got some more pictures.

Well, I don't have it long, so I want as many as possible.

Darryl on the left, and Allan on the right, in the shed. I think they were watching some streaming pr0n or something ;) Here's the place I worked at today, Swayneville State School. The principal here, John Kahl, is a great guy, very enthusiastic. I'd have taken a photo of him too except he was out herding kids into buses or something.
I've been trying really hard not to take any shots of computer equipment, but I caved in on this occasion. This is the new network/file server I was playing around with today at Swayneville. Not exactly state of the art equipment, but still nice nonetheless. A monster held within an innocent beige cover. Nasty. This is "The Shed" (as the sign proclaims). This is the equivalent of a car enthusiasts garage. One day Frankenstein will rise from here, and he'll probably be a multiprocessor system running on an MSI board. Also the site of infrequent LAN's.
This here is Gorgeous George, my Cupid's Peace Lily. And, ahh, lovingly tended by my darling Mum. (It really is mine.) Here's the upstairs bathroom at home! Spa, heated towel rails, sky-light, attractive wooden panelling. Spa doesn't get used much (uses way too much water).
Nice display cabinet huh? It's something my Dad whipped up in his spare time. My Dad rocks when it comes to carpentry. Not much else though =/ This is my bedroom at home. You can probably notice the difference. No, its not because my Mum cleans it. (Well, partially ;) it's because I don't stay in there a whole lot these days. You can't see it in the picture, but there is a grand old duchess on the left next to the door which was restored by my Dad.
I couldn't find anything that could indicate size, but in any case this here is the mega bathroom at home. Its about 1.8m square, along with two "steps", kind of like you might see in a sauna. It really is huge. Three people could easily shower together in there (Heh heh heh), although the water pressure leaves a lot to be desired. Ha ha, Mum was home when I was taking all these photos, so she was all like "Lets take a photo of the hallway! Just let me move my cat statuettes in there and close all the doors!". I don't understand it either, but hey, my Mum's cool like that sometimes.
Last on the disk was this one. This is my Dad's sawblade collection, which hangs on the wall downstairs. Gruesome? No, I don't think so. Although sometimes I wonder what use he or Grandad might have had for that big one in the middle.

So yeah. Fascinating isn't it?


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Aug. 21st, 2001 11:15 am (UTC)
Heh, I like "the shed".

What kind of camera, if I may ask?
Aug. 21st, 2001 02:30 pm (UTC)
Its a Sony Digital Mavica MVC-FD85.

Very similar to this model.

Nice little camera. I'll take some more of Eungella and stuff while I'm up there today.

Aug. 21st, 2001 02:45 pm (UTC)
Which part of "you can keep the camera as long as you want" didn't you get? ;)

As long as I get it back when I want it, I don't mind. Doesn't look like I'll need in the immediate future, unless my absent family demand more photos of Zachary :)

Your bedroom hasn't changed a bit. Well, it's a bit cleaner ;)
Aug. 21st, 2001 06:21 pm (UTC)
Ahhh, I must have missed that. Cool. Even while you are overseas? Somehow I don't think so ;)

I've been playing around making movies with it now. Bwahahaha.
Aug. 21st, 2001 09:15 pm (UTC)
I'm almost afraid to ask ... movies of what? :)

I want it back before I go of course, but until then if I don't want it you can use it. (Generous aren't I?)
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