Friday, 25 May 2012

All Questions Answered

I struggled to get the birds in focus this week - this is a Black Kite checking me and the dog out at Mudan Reservoir on Wednesday morning sometime after 9am.
I'm tired and sunburned, but quite pleased with myself today. After the interview this morning I drove straight up to Chiayi to solve that little problem I was working on, but I forgot to take the sunblock with me. Red as a lobster.

Anyway, I found the old water intake for Lantan reservoir which has long since been demolished and the hillside blocked up with concrete wave breakers (and possibly explosives). I also got all of the photos I was after except for one (the feed pipe to Lantan reservoir), which was both the most difficult and the least important - so I let it go.

So a good day today; that's all of the photography for the southern reservoirs finished now (well... I might go back to retake a few shots now and then). Once the Tseng-wen reservoir essay is finished off now that I have the extra pictures, I only have to write up the last three (and one of which I've already started) - the two in Chiayi and Mudan in Pingtung.


  1. You’re sooooo out of touch with the reality of most young people – so why do you keep bothering us?

    Rio Earth summit: young people on the 'future they want' – video
    An exclusive look at the shortlist for the Date With History video competition to find young voices on Rio+20, the Earth summit on sustainable development taking place in June. 'It's time to look after, and be inspired, by the world around us,' said Brittany Trilford, the competition's 17-year old winner, who lives in New Zealand

  2. "... so why do you keep bothering us?"

    I don't "keep bothering you". It is you who comes here to bother me.


    "...the reality of most young people..."

    Different young people get to choose different realities now do they? Wow. Who knew?


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