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My little boy Lucas

Posted on 3, Jan

Just a quick shot I took of my little fella tonight. We took him out into the front yard to play with a ball, he had a great time. He sure is growing quick, will be 2 in March.

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Lucas meets a Train Driver

Posted on 12, Aug

My little boy Lucas just loves trains, no doubt thanks to Thomas and Friends on ABC.  So one day back in March 2008, just before his first birthday, I took him for a ride in the car on a mission to find a train for him to look at.  

Eventually I found a train parked on the side of the highway, just near the Hobart Cenotaph and the Gasworks Village.  I believe it is a place where they park the train to prepare it for its next trip, and to turn it around.  We were checking out the train and then the train driver came down to say hello, and gladly held Lucas for the photo.

This photo is taken with a Holga 120 CFN, on cheap Kodak 35mm film from the supermarket.  My wife Melissa bought me the Holga for Christmas.  If you dont know what a Hogla is, read on. (more…)

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Washing Up!

Posted on 9, Jul

Lucas has been trying to check out what is going on when we are washing up. He runs up to the kitchen and grabs our legs and tries to climb up. So today he finally got a chance to have a go! I think it will be a while before we let him loose with the good dinner set, and cutlery not made of plastic… but it would appear we might finally have a dishwasher before too long (yay!)

Canon 30D, EF 24-70 f/2.8 L USM, 580EXII bounced off ceiling, 1/250 @ f/5.0, ISO100, 24mm, Processed with DxO Optics Pro and exported with Lightroom 1.4.1

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Retro Dude

Posted on 18, May

Took a couple of photos of Lucas in his bedroom today, we were seeing if his new “leather” jacket would fit but it is still a little too big to wear, but he sure looked cute :)

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Black Engine

Posted on 13, Apr

Here is a photo from a visit I made to the Margate Train with my family on Sunday.  My little boy Lucas seems to quite like trains, and enjoyed climbing about on the big black engine.

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