The new ‘vbook’ Stretching, mindfully has entered the next phase of its production: I have done a tremendous amount of research over the last few weeks and I have decided that the inexpensive production writing program called Scrivener will be used to build the next stage in this multimedia product.

To be able to see multiple levels of organisation on a single page is a blessing that only another author will fully appreciate. In just ten minutes, I was able to sort out inconsistencies and ambiguities in section titles and to make them overall more sensible from a logical perspective.

While walking today I came across what looks like another example of a kind of bush installation art:

Objet trouvé—well, not really, but I like the idea!

Objet trouvé—well, not really, but I like the idea!

All around this area, pieces of timber are being used to span two rocks. Interesting.

Nova, nominally from next door

Nova, nominally from next door

This cat is amazingly marked, and this is a tiny part of the original frame (I had the 35mm Color Skopar fitted); Nova is a scardy-cat and will not wait for a lens change (note to self: have a longer lens on the second body in future).

Still Life Khull Cr

Still Life Khull Cr

Nothing to say here beyond that is rare to have oranges here—but my friend dropped off a bag of organic oranges when he visited, so…

Closeup Eucalyptus flower

Closeup Eucalyptus flower

These flowers are only a centimetre or so across—this is why the Hawk’s adapter on the NEX is so wonderful: quasi macro by turning a lever. That’s all for today; beauty surrounds us and the mind gets in the way of it!