I visited the Melbourne Zoo earlier in the year and got a number of photos including of some of the Reptiles. I am not a fan of the reptiles, I know people have pet snakes and Lizards and so on but being honest, that is just not for me. That said they are impressive creatures…
Sparklers bring back so many memories as a child. Have a peek at what they look like when shot by macro photography.
On a recent work trip I visited Queenstown for three days for a conference, part of the trip related to work but thankfully there was a bit of time to do some sightseeing and of course (as I always do) capture some photos.
Some creatures have incredible stinging apparatus, makes me happier I am not at the end of that!
Have a look at (clean) toilet tissue under microscope, where you can see the fibres.
Polarized light microscopy brings out incredible colors in chemicals. Have a look at Bromine under the microscope.
The laughing Kookaburra at Grants Picnic Ground in Belgrave.
This episode of “Cool Stuff Under the Microscope” is focused on Silica Gel, which is a material used in air sampling to absorb chemicals which are later desorbed for analysis by specific analytical techniques. A piece of Silica was placed on a Microscope slide and analysed under the Radical microscope (More info here) with a…
A nerve trunk is a bundle of nerve fibres, have a look at what they look like under the microscope!
A visit to Lakeside Pakenham is never complete without visiting the local(s), the Swan’s, Ducks and other birds!
The Clique Photography Group ran a night photography workshop at Docklands early in August, it was a fantastic night full of fireworks and great tips!
I had the joy of attending Healesville Sanctuary with my family in late February to have a look around (and of course take some photos). The sanctuary is unlike Melbourne and Werribee Zoo in that it has far more Australian animals than the other Zoo’s, it really is an Australian based Zoo covering all realms…