Thursday, 13 August 2009


I'm still betwixt and between computers. All my stuff is on my external drive, and because of the problems I was having with messages warning about drive integrity, I am a bit unsure about plugging it in. The PC has been stable since Monday, and as my new one hasn't dispatched yet, I would rather let sleeping dogs lie. So the walk (from my archives) down the Promenade Plantée in Paris is going to have to wait for another day.
Today I just had time to snap a couple of shots of some swans on the Liffey. I liked how they were swimming just where the reflections of the houses and tree started. If we finish work at a time when the bus leaves the city centre, then I know I can get that bus if I jog most of the way to my stop - which doesn't leave time for any pictures. But if we finish five or ten minutes before the bus leaves the terminus, then I can afford to walk and take time to look at things more.


  1. I always enjoy your photography, Sabrina; this is outrageously AWESOME!!!

  2. I love reflection photos and these are wonderful. Don't we all wish we could take more time doing the things we love instead of just getting to the things we have to!