An experimental audioBlog accompanies these photographs, 1.7 Mbytes, 7 min 16 sec duration. The audio file is also distributed as an RSS enclosure if you subscribe to my RSS2 feed towards the bottom of the right hand column on this page and you use aggregator software capable of utilising this.
For today’s audioBlog I used my new Griffin iTalk microphone on my iPod. The result is a little echo’ey, but it’s an interesting experiment nevertheless. It means that interviews on-the-road will be more likely - and, when not done in my home echo-chamber, less echo-ey.
Cattle in front of my vehicle as I headed for work this morning.
Oncoming traffic don’t worry these cattle; they’ve been on the road for a few months now and are used to drivers heading towards them too quickly.
Another experiment with the on-camera flash. Just how much illumination, and what depth of illumination can I expect?