On Sunday John and I took a day’s road trip on a whirlwind tour of the South East coast; his Australian Cattle dog, Sydney, joined us on the trip.
Our first stop was at the Mayfield Lavender Farm which I had always wanted to drop by and visit; it’s really close to London but can take ages to drive there due to the London roads.
For this shot I was lying down on the ground with bees buzzing around me; John had Sydney sit in place and wait there while I snapped away.
Such a recently taken image being processed also means that I am now the proud
father owner of a MacBook Pro. It’s very shiny! Unfortunately the external drives I had been using for the PC cannot be written to by the Mac and so need to be formatted for use. This means I have around 6TB of data floating around on 6 drives with a maximum capacity of 7TB. That’s a lot of data to be juggling around, and it takes quite a while to physically move so much from one drive to another. I’m prioritising the photo drives before moving on to the media ones.