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    Posted: 2019-05-19

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White-bellied sea eagle (Kakadu National Park)
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PostSun Nov 27, 2022 2:12 pm
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A couple of months ago I visited Kakadu National Park where I took the picture of this majestic bird of prey. While looking at the wild fauna of this park I couldn’t help but thinking that in this part of the world, possibly any part of the entire world, all it matters is survival and existence is reduce to either eat or be eaten such is the cruel reality of life. I guess we alI fit somewhere in the food chain.

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Las Cuadrigas (The Chariots)
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PostSun Nov 20, 2022 12:01 pm
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This picture shows two sculptures on top of the Banco de Bilbao’s building, which is located in the Calle Alcala in Madrid. The bronze sculptures were placed there in 1922 and originally were golden, but during the Spanish Civil war were painted black to avoid aerial recognition by the attacking Franco’s forces.

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Who doesn't love steam trains?
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PostSat Nov 19, 2022 5:33 pm
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We were in Yorkshire about a month ago. (Yorkshire tea is the best). Caught the train to Whitby. Brilliant day out.

ImageTrain003 by Ozimax, on Flickr

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Walking in the rain
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PostSun Nov 13, 2022 9:58 am
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The night scene is of Chinese city at night. The street are wet and people walk with or without umbrellas. I used an oil filter for a painting effect. I hope you like it.

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Street Sign (Port Adelaide)
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PostSun Oct 30, 2022 1:40 pm
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I took this picture at Port Adelaide. It advises against careless actions with everyday products and the have grave consequences for animals and ecosystems. I hope you like it.

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Brisbane Skyline (from Lutwyche)
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PostSun Oct 23, 2022 6:12 pm
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This picture shows what I can see from my balcony in a might such as this. I hope you like it.

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Baked ling with bread and cherry tomatoes
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PostSun Oct 16, 2022 11:06 am
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Silvia Colloca is an Italian-Australian actress, opera singer, cookbook author, and TV cookery show personality. She has published six cookbooks. "Made in Italy with Silvia Colloca" was a 10-part TV series which appeared on SBS TV. This picture is of one of her recipes home cooked. I hope you like what you see because it tasted even better.

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Living Room (Coober Pedy)
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PostSun Oct 09, 2022 12:43 pm
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During a recent trip we visit a very unusual home in Coober Pedy, a town where people dig for opals and live underground. I hope you like the picture.

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Lincolnshire
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PostFri Oct 07, 2022 4:34 pm
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Our UK odyssey has begun. I don't think Robyn is sick of me just yet, but after 7 weeks of travel in the UK, things might change... :biglaugh:

Lincolnshire is where my grandmother was born (in 1894). Spectacularly beautiful area. All photos taken with iphone 12.

St James church. 191 tight spiral steps to the top of the spire but worth the view. (I should straightened the horizon)
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100 portraits with names recorded - how to do, help!
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PostFri Oct 07, 2022 10:00 am
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I have a project I am going to work on this week.
At the beginning of a conference I need to take photos of couples/guests AND record their names. Next day I need to print the photos and mark them with the couples/guests names.

I am planning to take the photos, and:

1. have a blank sheet and i will ask them to fill in their names one after other, and
2. record a video of the whole portrait session (2hours) including audio where I also voice record their names and the photos I take.

Have you ever done something like this? I was thinking to r ...

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Frailty
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PostSun Oct 02, 2022 5:34 pm
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I took the photo of this week during one of our Covid-19 lock downs. I remember comparing the subject of the photo with the fragility of a person’s ego. How vulnerable we are; how easily bruised; how easily we break. It’s all a balancing act and a question of perspective for not everything is what it seems, really.

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Dama de Elche (Spain)
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PostSun Sep 25, 2022 12:06 pm
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Sometimes words can be deceiving because the intentions behind them are misguiding. Artifacts are silent witnesses of history and culture and don’t speak with words but their shapes, craftsmanship, materials and purpose point to historical facts. The subject discovered in 1897, at Elche (Spain). It is from the 4th century BC with strong Hellenistic influences.

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