Visiting Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a city that offers a great urban getaway. It is generally safe for tourists, and it has an excellent public transportation system. Now having reunified with China, Hong Kong is set apart from mainland China thanks to its years of being under the British....

Forces of Nature

Flying out of Yogyakarta, my flight flew threw a series of very large storm clouds. I was perhaps fortuitous that it was the blue hour and these clouds were generating lightning. I caught this shot with my iPhone 6S Plus while looking out of the port side window....

Iron Man 3 Cover

I've been working on this for a while. I have a thing for motion picture soundtracks, and my geeky side goes hand-in-hand with the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I learnt this piece completely by ear, and while it is not completely true to the original, its a start.

Windows 10 DOS Here

As an occasional developer, I like the ability to be able to right click and bring up a Command Prompt with minimal mouse clicks. In previous versions of Windows, there used to be the "DOS Here" Powertoy. Windows 10 got a little simpler, where by holding the shift key...

Windows 10 Powertoys

If you're a legacy Windows Power User, you would have appreciated the benefits of having the Windows Powertoys are your service. Windows 10 offers this too, though there is a small hack behind it. To enable Powertoys in Windows 10, create a folder on your desktop and...

Cape Schanck

Cape Schanck is about an hour and a half from the Melbourne CBD, and is easy to get to. The Cape has two main drawcards - its lighthouse, and perhaps more dramatic, Pulpit Rock. Pulpit Rock is an igenous monolith that stands off the edge of the coast. It is separated...

Cape Woolamai

Cape Woolamai is a good 2 hours drive from the Melbourne CBD, and is technically not in Melbourne, but just outside it. It's a popular surfing beach, but it is also a spectacular location for landscape photography. At the tip of the cape are the Pinnacles - a set of...

Docklands (Winter Fireworks)

Every year, the City of Melbourne puts on a bit of a show for its residents in the form of winter fireworks. What started off as Fireworks in July has now become a two month show every Friday at 7p.m. throughout July and August. The event is free and is family...

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