I have been blogging in some form for over ten years. I’ve been using WordPress for the last six years. Here you can see the posts I published on or around today’s date since 2006:
Where am I?
Shoot Zap Thud Arrest
The Post Before my #SocADL Report
The WWW’s Biggest Lens
Hand Rearing a Magpie
Six years of blogging with WordPress. It doesn’t feel like a long time. This now solves what I publish this year!
In case you hadn’t heard, read, been told or haven’t accepted the invitation yet, I one of 3,300 people exhibiting photographic artwork during the SALA 2010 festival.
If you are in Adelaide between 30th July and 14th August, come, see, peruse, and maybe purchase my twenty framed photographs of waterscapes around Kangaroo Island.
I’m upstairs at Stall 141 in the the Adelaide Arcade, open between 10am and 6pm (or thereabouts. Some days I am going to visit other SALA exhibitions around Adelaide!)
The opening night is 30th July, between 6.00pm and 9.00pm. I hope to see you all!
What is the updated news?
If you walk past the stall from this Monday (19th July 2010), and look in the window: You’ll see my artwork on the walls. Aha, that’s right, I’ve been given permission to hang the artwork early. There is a reason for this – which will be explained next month!
Extra: Those that turn up will find out where I got the idea for the theme: “Lines on the Horizon“.
Big thanks to my sponsors and contributors:
I’ve found a fantastic bottle of red for the next ‘Dead Reds Wake #7‘ night! What are you bringing?
See you there. I’ll be the guy photographing all of attendees tasting, chatting and networking with all new-found friends. I know, because I’ve been to few wakes now, each time meeting new friends and finding great people to talk with … and then capture them in interesting photographs!
These events are a lot of fun, and definitely a good night out, even if you don’t win nor drink.This time I am going to win!