Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Antique Tour - Sunshine Coast - #5

Playing with Adobe Photoshop... this is "poster edges". Today, I ordered Corel's photo editor to be delivered in the box. It was half price at $49.99, plus deliver and taxes came to $69.00. Its called Paintshop Pro Photo X2 Ultimate and comes with a number of interesting things, according to their ad:

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This has been a long day. The actual tour starts tomorrow. We return to Gibson's Landing, on the second day of the tour, so will post more photos of the town in sequence.

We have dinner at Molly's Reach - seafood and a good wine. We walk back to our hotel Ritz along the seawalk, at dusk. Some of my photos are too blurry, as I did not carry a tripod, or set my camera for night shooting.

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