This is quite a change from a New Zealand Christmas.
This is flatbread that I made (and have made a number of times) using this recipe for Arabian Pita Bread from Recipezaar. It is fast to make (for bread, at least) and very tasty.
I ordered a box of Moo Cards the other week. I think they’re spiffy.
I also ordered a
shiny matte new camera, too (Leica D-Lux 3). Behold it’s photographic glory in the above; where you can see in all their glorious details, the ink droplets on the fronts of the moo cards.
Be afraid. Be very afraid.
This morning the clouds looked particularly weird. So I took photos! Frankly I’m suprised that I was sufficiently on to it this morning to think to do so. This was taken at around 7:20.
I made this out of the pouches of air that are sometimes used as packing materials. Imagine, if you please, a kind of demented balloon animal. But… not.
I bought a new camera for myself (Pentax K10D. It’s a digital SLR. No, it’s not a Nikon or a Canon like everyone else has). I still need to get the hang of how to use it for greatest justice. By which I mean I need to do more than take photos of cats and sunsets (:
Bask in the magnicificence of my circitude.
The sunrise the other day was particularly pretty. Behold!
I took my camera along to aerials this evening. In future, I will make sure I’m wearing all dark colours for photo purposes (;