Down a tiny bit today, nothing to get excited about.
I walked to work this morning as it was a nice sunny day, and it had been a week since I’d managed to get any pictures of the car park demolition job. That’s coming along nicely, but the pictures were a bit tricky, as I was shooting into the sun. A few of them should be OK once I’ve cropped, tweaked and twiddled them, so for now here’s something completely different.
I’ve often taken pictures of the reflections of various bridges in the Tyne, but there was something about the texture of the ripples in this one that really appealed to me. Hope you like it too:
One thing that I did like about using Safari is the quick shortcut for sending a link to a page in a new email message – just press Cmd+Shift+I and up pops your new message with the url nicely added in the body.
Firefox lacks a keyboard shortcut for that. Which is annoying. And it takes no notice of any system settings you might add – Mac OS X has a nice, easy to use facility for editing keyboard shortcuts to suit your way of working – which is even more annoying.
I’ve searched for solutions before, buy never found one. Until this morning, when I found a post by Robert Bernabé, which solves the problem completely. You need to install a Firefox extension, and set up a shortcut using that. Which works. Woo, hoo, etc.