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-- 03 April, 2005 --

Photo Friday 'Hot' challenge

manly_beach.jpg
'Hot Autumn Days'
O2 mobile phone camera

It is autumn in Sydney. It should be time to start thinking about pulling out the winter woollens and making sure that the space heaters are working efficiently - but not today.

Today in Sydney it has been about 27° and the sky is blue and cloudless. It seemed a perfect day to go out and have brunch at some breezy waterside spot. It appears, though, that everyone else in the city has had the same idea. Even with The Poet's disabled parking permit, it was almost impossible to find a parking place. Eventually we ended up on the Corso at Manly with all of the tourists. At least the mushrooms and avocardo with wood-fired toast was delicious.

This week's Photo Friday challenge is 'Hot'. Manly on such is day is perfect for photographs to depict 'Hot' - if you have remembered to put the camera in the car. The little camera in my mobile phone had to suffice.

This one is for you, Blue.

Posted by robynls at April 3, 2005 3:30 PM

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For a phone camera, this isn't such a bad pic - I'd have thought the pic would either be smaller, or less detailed, but this is pretty good.

Posted by: pseudo at April 4, 2005 5:41 PM

I'm sure someone got a prison sentence recently for taking photos with his phone on an Australian beach. You'd better watch out!

Posted by: Stephen at April 5, 2005 2:13 AM

Someone was imprisoned for taking photos with a phone in a public swimming pool dressing shed, which is a creepy thing to do. The prisons would be overflowing if everyone who openly took a photo on Manly Beach were to be convicted.

Posted by: Robyn [TypeKey Profile Page] at April 5, 2005 7:34 AM

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