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Well it’s been a busy couple of weeks.  Between work and family commitments, the DSLR hasn’t seen the light of day for a little while, but that doesn’t mean I’m not thinking about or taking pictures.

Delivering the makings for a large shed from Stramit.At work I’m taking lots of “arse covering” photos, with either my employer’s little point-and-shoot or my iPhone, just in case there’s any complaints about the deliveries I’ve made.  Sometimes when I’m doing this I’ll notice good lighting on the truck, or some nice scenery, and will snap off some extra pics.

Last night I had to make some repairs to my son’s laptop, but before I grabbed the screwdrivers, I pulled the DSLR out of the cupboard – not for a photo shoot, but to record where things went as I dismantled the computer (to get to the non-working cooling fan) in-case I ran into trouble putting it all back together again afterwords.  In the process of doing this, I actually got a couple of nice macro shots of the laptop parts.

Adding an extra 2 Gig of RAM to Josh's laptop.



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