Monthly Archives: October 2009

Monday night lightning struck our house and knocked out pretty much every piece of electric equipment in the house. I got a decent zap too. All my photos are safe, I have double backups of everything, but it was pretty scary when it happened. Thank god for insurance, hey?

If we don’t get back to you straight away this week, you now know the reason. We’re trying to read emails, but the iPhone can’t handle everything we need to do.

We won’t get internet back this week, since modem, airport, cables and other things need to be replaced.

And now I’m in Melbourne for a wedding here and we won’t be back until Monday.

Jac and I will try to connect tonight or tomorrow, but I thought I’d let you know what’s happened.

Rebecca and James got married in the tallest residential building in the Southern hemisphere, the 300m Eureka Tower in Melbourne. Little did they know their photographer has a pretty extreme fear of heights. I really don’t know how I made it through the night without throwing up all over the guests, but somehow I kept it together.  When in Melbourne, you have to shoot in some of the hidden laneways you find all around town. So we did. Twas a good day.

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