It’s been six weeks into full time employment and I think I have adjusted.
No more doing things on my own schedule, no more completely boat-centric lifestyle. Now I have customers, projects, business and staff to concern my waking hours.
The job is a good one. I’m working with great people and the role is certainly varied. I’m sitting in a hotel lobby on the Gold Coast writing this, last week I was on the far NE tip of Tassie looking at windfarm construction, and next week I’ll be up to my armpits in data centers.
True to my love of panoramic photography, I thought I’d share some of the places and things I’ve seen these last few weeks with you.
Empty warehouse: A tour of a customer’s facilities. They fill three of these to the roof before loading it all onto a ship for export.
Wind turbine footing at Musselroe Bay: 500 cubic meters of reinforced concrete
Toxic lake situated approximatly 17 kms along the Gladstone Rd, on the way to Mt William National Park.
Gold Coast from Burleigh Heads