Monday, November 15, 2010

Urquhart's Bluff

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It's full on here with computers as my smart eldest son has put a wireless connection so two computers are connected. In the mornings it's fast, but by the afternoon, it slows down. Today we might buy another second-hand computer to add another one on-line for the grandchildren. What a difference experts can make in a household!An interesting part of the coastline of the Great Ocean Road is a place called Urquhart's Bluff, in the vicinity of Anglesea - Airey's Inlet. We went for a drive down there a couple of weeks ago. One time a bushfire destroyed the trees and bushes all the way down to the sea. A few week's after the fire I did a sketch there. I recently found it again and added a little more line. Here are the results. The Great Ocean Road is one of Australia's most interesting landscapes, a winding road above rocky cliffs for a couple of hundred kilometres.



Blogger annie said...

Ah, EXPERTS... especially a Computer Whisperer... We live out in the boonies and have to set bear traps and hope a Whisperer falls into one.
I was told by the man who maintains the wireless in our area that it is its nature to slow down when a lot of information is coming in to a transmission thingy. Evenings, when the kids get out of school and to a computer, mine absolutely creeps.


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Blogger Peceli and Wendy's Blog said...

Hello Annie,
Early morning is good. Everything works fine. Late afternoon youtube is slow. I was trying to watch A Night at the Fiji Museum when firedancers set fire to the floor and only got 5 seconds at a time. (on our other blog 'babasiga'. It is excellent though to have a son visiting us who fixes things. Even a webcam so we can skype. Big Brother is watching me now it seems, so I'll have to put me teeth in and put on the lippy!

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