The mess that I alluded to last post is still not resolved. It's unlikely to be resolved for some time probably. Messes generally aren't. I liken it to a ball of wool that's been played with by a kitten (or a toddler, as the case may be). It takes time, patience and a couple of episodes of Game of Thrones to untangle the mess. But eventually you do get there. And we will too.
I start a new job next week and I'm quietly optimistic that it will be good. It will be different at any rate and at the moment different is good.
If you're curious about the photos - I took them as part of my latest photography assignment - the Yarra River by night. Despite owning a tripod, I've been quite lax in using it and have almost never ventured out after dark with photography as the main objective. The Yarra takes on a split personality at night - all sexy on the south bank with a quiet, slightly seedy undertow on the north. I found myself drawn to exploring the industrial lines and the solitude of the north side which somehow perfectly captured the sentiment of the river on a cold, wet night in May.