Monthly Archives: July 2021
I’m still looking into CAD and 3D printing, neither of which I have done before in the current century (though I did develop and use some in the last century!). My first VERY simple design was printed for me by … Continue reading
It’s now starting to flower.
I bought some new cacti recently, and two arrived with flower buds on them. This is the more advanced one – expect a photo of the second one soon! The question of how to display them is also proving an … Continue reading
As a change from photos from the lily pond in the park, here is a picture of a lily in the back garden.
Yesterday a new update of Capture One was released, so today’s priority was to see if the changes to tethering made the Fujifilm cameras perform better. I’m happy to report that this is a considerable improvement on the previously available … Continue reading
A visit to the lily pond to feed the ducklings – electrically powered of course, but a Nano conversion from before Brompton produced their own electric model.