Last night this curious little coven of witch’s hats caught my eye.
This photo was taken on Enmore Road, Newtown in Sydney — as usual with my trusty Nokia N80 pimple-cam.
Some time — when I get the time! — I’ll set up the workflow so I can post this sort of thing directly from the phone.
The N80, like the rest of the Nseries, actually has single-timeline video editing software built in, which means I should be able to make video podcasts directly from the phone.
I know it’s “easy”, but it’s still one more thing to do…
As I sat drinking red wine and discussing politics with the Snarky Platypus yesterday, the lighting on this plant at the Coopers Hotel, King Street, Newtown, caught my eye. Anyone know what it’s called?
I should mention that most of my photos I’ve been posting here lately have been taken with my Nokia N80 Nseries “multimedia phone”. Not too foul for a camera with a lens the size of a burst pimple.
For today’s strategic planning session, we booked the executive boardroom at Rydges North Sydney. This was our view. Remember, this is the middle of winter in Sydney. Hello, London. 😉
My biggest gripe about Nokia’s Nseries “multimedia telephones” was that the management software was only available for Windows — despite such a massive proportion of “multimedia people” using Macs. This has now been fixed with the new Nokia Media Transfer application for Mac. Will play tonight.
I took this photograph at Stanmore railway station the other day. It was warmer then.