Saturday, August 1, 2009

Trip to Sydney #2

              We are in Sydney again! not 2 weeks have passed and we are back again! We arrived about 4 after travelling really well all afternoon. I finished off a very cute newborn hat, worked a little on my cocoon. We stopped at the big RAM at Goulburn for lunch which unfortunately turned out to be drive through Macca's. Thank goodness that Dad organised the E-tag business a few weeks ago because then we didn't have to worry about tolls and tunnel tolls. We stayed in a motel about a block away from the Randwick race course. We were up on the third floor so we had a balcony out to the street where we could watch the constant movement of traffic and spy a glimpse of the grass of the race course. There was gorgeous light so I tried to take advantage of it to play with photos! This was after we went for a walk down the street just to get out and about. The boys travelled really well but had been cooped up all day in the car and most of the week before that because of the absolutely revolting weather! Caden has been so patient with waiting for his Sportacus suit - first to see G'ma to get then to get to Sydney to hold it.  Since we went out to tea at the Chinese restaurant in the lobby of the motel and to bed early he still hasn't had a chance to wear it yet! Speaking of dinner, Tyler just loves his prawns! Caden ate his chicken and rice, tried a veggie (milestone moment for him!) Tyler and I shared a plate of king prawns and I think he actually ate more prawns than me! Daz had sizzling steak which was really nice!

While we let dinner settle, Daz rang his mum and I tried out the motion type photos with the shutter being kept open longer to get streaks of light happening!



(bit OOF but Oh so cute!)


which way!


Toll way


view from the balcony!


the suit..


reading their Lazy Town Sticker book. - Thanks Grandma!SONY DSCSONY DSCSONY DSC

Panning and playing with longer shutter speedsSONY DSC

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