This is a catch-up post today because my computer crashed on Monday so I've had to make do with the laptop. The PC is probably trying to tell me it needs to retire but I think I can squeeze a bit more out of it while I save up for its replacement. (Update: It seems the mother board is causing the problem so the news is not good.)
Tuesday I spotted a group of young Harlequin Beetles in a tree at our front verandah so here we go with another close-up shot.
The weather was not much better when we took a trip to the city yesterday (Wednesday) to take a look at the Annie Leibovitz: A Photographers Life 1990-2005 photography exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art. It was an interesting exhibition with a mix of her professional work blended with personal "family snaps" style photography showing that even the pros are happy to take ordinary "record shots" for no other reason than to record special moments in life. The photos on display showed happy times in the photograper's life as well as sad times as she recorded the last days of her dear friend Susan Sontag as well as her father.
Before we entered the exhibition I took the opportunity to take a couple of shots of the P&O cruise liner Aurora docked at Circular Quay. I liked this one best and hope you like it as well.