Service disruption: when WordPress and my iPad stop talking to each other

Wellington waterfront, from Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand. Photo: Su Leslie, 2015

Wellington waterfront, from Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand. Photo: Su Leslie, 2015

I spent the weekend in Wellington, visiting friends, exhibitions and Wellington LUX – a light festival installed along the city’s waterfront. I had intended to write the a few blog posts while I was away, but my iPad decided otherwise. I suspect that the version of iOS I’m running isn’t compatible with the version of WordPress, so while I can eventually access the Reader (after clicking through half a dozen error messages); I can no longer post anything. OK for now, but I’ll have to address the problem before I go to Sculpture by the Sea in Sydney at the end of October.

LUX was wonderful — and definitely worth a separate post — but here is a shot from the installation Shima for Wellington by Murasaki Penguin — a collaborative project between Japanese dancer and choreographer Anna Kuroda and Australian artist David Kirkpatrick.

Murasaki Penguin, 'Shima for Wellington', Wellington LUX, 2015 . Photo: Su Leslie, 2015.

Murasaki Penguin, ‘Shima for Wellington’, Wellington LUX, 2015 . Photo: Su Leslie, 2015.

 

 

 

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13 thoughts on “Service disruption: when WordPress and my iPad stop talking to each other

  1. Beautiful, and how wonderful to be going to Sculpture by the Sea in Sydney. My brother took some photos of Sculpture by the Sea a couple of years ago. Somehow or other I accidentally downloaded them, so lurking in my files I have lots of wonderful sculpture photos.

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