Flying conditions

By: paulhassing

Jun 02 2010

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Category: Photo, Photograph, Photographer, Photography

2 Comments

Aperture:f/7.1
Focal Length:5.40625mm
Shutter:1/125 sec

Anyone familiar with the service and value of the Tullamarine airport carpark will know the ticket-dispensing lanes are always free.

That’s why I had so much time to read, photograph and reflect on this friendly set of terms and conditions.

In fact, I was so taken, it was only the rain of baseball bats on my rear window that roused me from my reverie.

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2 comments on “Flying conditions”

  1. Bluddy Hell! I can see the dust left by the drying rain on your rear-vision mirror! Is that what 12.1 Mega-Pixels looks like? Impressive. 🙂

    Can’t quit make out the ‘Terms’ though.

    So here’s your homework, should you choose to accept it. Cut the Terms out and see if you can enlarge it so that it’s readable…let’s put those mega-pixels to the test ;-P

    This comment will self destruct in about 5 years, along with Western Civilisation as we thought we knew it. 🙂

    Cheers

    Stephen G

    • Hi, Stephen. Amazingly, this is a shot from my old 2.0 megapixel camera! It came out rather well.

      Anticipating your response, I took a close up of the conditions. They’re actually quite draconian, so I’m saving them for a business blog post.

      Suffice to say that ‘Abandon hope (and rights) all ye who enter here.’ barely scratches the surface. Many thanks for your comment! 🙂


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