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grasstree spikes

mobile phone towers

for the insects

These Austral Grasstrees, (Xanthorrhoea australis) regenerate quickly after bushfires. During and immediately after flowering the spikes have a magnetic attraction for flying and crawling insects of all types as well as feeding birds. 9 more words



a tourist playground

dreamtime memories

ancient survivor

Gariwerd  to the Djab warring and Jardwadjali people for thousands of years, named The Grampians by a C19th Scottish explorer, now a Victorian national park and again known as  Gariwerd. 133 more words


The MTR's new West Island Line

MTR entered the society of Sai Wan. This is a photo showing a mini bus passing the Kennedy Town MTR station. It implies the competiveness between these two transportations in Sai Wan. 321 more words

Portfolio Blog

golden farewell

last burst of sunlight

warmth of the day says goodbye

golden memories

A beautiful rural sunset at Yambuk near Port Fairy in Victoria’s Western District.  This area is amongst  the oldest European farming land in Victoria near Portland where the Hentys and Dutton from Tasmania began permanent farming in the early 1830’s. 100 more words


What Happens when Cops No Longer Respond?

Written on 5/29/15

This year, the chances of being killed in Baltimore exceed those of a U.S. soldier dying in combat in Afghanistan or a Mexican citizen being murdered by drug cartel violence. 527 more words

Black Lives Matter

Baltimore Gets Bloodier As Arrests Drop Post-Freddie Gray

BALTIMORE (AP) — A 31-year-old woman and a young boy were shot in the head Thursday, becoming Baltimore’s 37th and 38th homicide victims so far this month, the city’s deadliest in 15 years. 1,345 more words


Baltimore Police Commissioner Discusses Violence Spike In City

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — In the midst of crime scenes, police say it’s harder to do their jobs. Wednesday, the city’s frustrated top cop says officers are being confronted by large groups and cell phone cameras in the wake of the Freddie Gray case. 239 more words