So I've been really slack here on the blog! Apologies for that but I seem to have gotten lost in the social media world and have been posting to my Facebook page more often than not. I promise to be more attentive in future!
Anyway I wanted to let you all know that I'll be giving a little talk here in Cairns on the 20th November at 6.30pm at the Tanks Arts Centre.
Pechakucha is a Japanese word meaning to talk and talk and talk....so needless to say I thought it would be a good idea to talk about Japan. Well my favourite place in Japan and second home anyway.
So the title of my talk is 'Hokkaido - the wild side of Japan'. I'll be showing 20 slides (some of which have two images in them) for 20 seconds each, all taken over a 15 year period on the beautiful island of Hokkaido.
Expect pictures of the beautiful city of Sapporo (above), as well as the incredible landscapes and natural beauty to be found. There'll be portraits of locals enjoying festivals, giant snow sculptures and a squirrel or two. :)
So if you can make it come along and for more information click here. It's only a $5 entry fee at the door.
My kids rarely let me out of the house so I'm looking forward to it! Hope to see you there.