The king of the jungle put on a great show at the Melbourne Zoo, The Lion. It commands respect, and I was far happier being on my side of the protective glass than on the ‘your my dinner’ side of the glass. I remember standing there impressed with this creature, the fear that they strike…
Enjoy the marvel that is St Paul’s Cathedral, in Melbourne, Australia. The Architecture and ornate detail is something that never fails to amaze.
This is part two (2) of my Butterfly images, I spent a significant amount of time in this enclosure so wanted to share more images with you.
The Gorilla from the Werribee Zoo
The Australian Mountain Boarders Group were at the Berwick Show recently doing some performances and demonstrations, see the pictures and a full writeup.
The Heide Museum of Modern Art is a fantastic gallery and garden in Heidelberg, Victoria set on approximately 4 – 5 acres. It consists of an Art Gallery, Cafe and extensive gardens which are fantastic for taking the family to on a lovely day out. My trip was with the family, including two little children…
The Alfred Nicholas Memorial Gardens located in Sherbrooke contain lovely mountain ash tree’s, complete with a Lake and boat house.
Love it or hate it, Chilli (flake) is a regular staple in many households, but what does it look like under the microscope?
Visit the link to find out more about the fiery chilli, and see it in more detail under the microscope!
I visited the Melbourne Zoo in August, and found so many creatures big and small interesting. The African wild dog is interesting looking, and sorry but I have to say it (it has a face only a mother could love). None the less I would rather not become dinner…
Have a peek at Spirogyra under the microscope, a relatively common green algae found in bioactive fresh waters.
The Pakenham Carols were held at the Toomuc reserve on December 12th, 2015. The carols were held by the Cardinia council and consisted of various activities including of course carols before being finished with fireworks. I wanted to try my luck at photographing the fireworks, and tried a longer exposure (> 1 second), higher ISO…
Kata Tjuta (meaning many heads to the Pitjantjatjara aboriginal people), also known as The Olga’s is a rock formation located in Uluru-Kata Tjuta national park and is located around 30 km’s away from Uluru.