Easter Saturday on Lake Ginninderra on a dull and overcast day but with some lovely colourful sights in terms of cows, birds, and buoys.
After breakfast at Everbean Espresso Bar and grocery shopping, I went for a walk around Lake Ginninderra. The skies were grey but the grass green and the fauna quite delightful.
Easter Saturday photographs
This afternoon I replaced my wi-fi router with a new one hoping that a new one would offer improved speed over the original one I’ve had since 2010. Sadly, I can’t appreciate any discernible improvement. I’m guessing the limiting factor is the ADSL2 service I’m receiving. I wish I had the National Broadband Network where I live. I was hoping upload speeds would be improved. I find it really frustrating uploading photographs and videos. It can take all day.
For dinner tonight I made a bacon and chicken spicy congee with quinoa. I was nearly late. I was planning to use my pressure cooker but I couldn’t find the safety valve. I finally found it in a drawer.
Tomorrow is Easter Sunday and I plan to eat quite a lot of chocolate.
For those interested, I shot the Easter Saturday Lake Ginninderra photographs with a Sony α7ii with a 24–240 mm lens. I edited the photographs in Adobe Lightroom and Luminar. I really like oversaturating the colours, depressing the highlights and enhancing the shadows while keeping the blacks intact. I shot these images mostly at f/8 aperture and 1/1000 second shutter speed. I had the ISO set to AUTO.