A record breaking 205 not out from Ben Rohrer for Fairfield- Liverpool was just one of many great individual performances that opened up the McDonald’s Sydney Premier Cricket season last Saturday. Continue reading
I have been continuing to improve in my photography skills over the duration of this course. Like I had said in my earlier journals, I don’t particularly like taking photos but the training and advice that Verity has given me (along with some words of praise and recognition) has helped me a lot.
I quite enjoyed the Human of Chinatown exercise as I got to work with Lani (who in my opinion has a great eye for photos). I got a really good Humans of Chinatown person, a Dutch backpacker as well as some pretty cool photos in the downtown city area.
I have fallen a bit behind in my weekly photo exercises. I plan to get around to that in the holidays and in the first few weeks of the next term. These exercises have been helpful in getting my photo taking skills up and to a level that is acceptable.
“Get ready for a broken (expletive) arm” barked Australian captain Michael Clarke at confused English fast bowler James Anderson at the back end of the First Ashes test in 2013. Tempers had flared over the course of the test and gotten so severe that Michael Clarke uttered the now famous words as a word of warning to Anderson and the rest of the English players. Continue reading
My mock news reading at the Sydney TAFE studios.