So the old SD card reader on my computer has failed, and the USPS may have lost the replacement in the mail. I'm stuck transferring images from my cameras via phone app. And I bought these too late in the season to enjoy them, and I don't know why the pic is sideways. Life's tragedy.
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The largest remaining wooden trestle bridge in Victoria. It narrowly avoided destruction in last fire seasons bushfires. The last train to cross it was in 1988, more recently the rail line route has been redeveloped into a 100km (60mile) rail trail for walker, cyclist, and equestrian use.
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That's what I always do. Have a dedicated wire ready to plug into the camera. It's not fast, but neither is getting the card in/out of an a6nnn-series camera. I use a program which downloads just the new stuff each time.Can't you just plug the camera into a USB port on the computer? I do that and it seems to work OK, I would imagine much better than going through your phone.
Unfortunately, unlike the river crossings earlier in the trail they didn't see fit to restore the bridge sufficiently to ride, hence the trail alongside.You gotta have big brass balls to try to cycle across that trestle!!