The Flower Chamber is an incredible structure within Singapore’s Gardens By The Bay showcasing flowers from all around the world.
I visited the Melbourne Zoo in August, and found so many creatures big and small interesting. The color on the birds was impressive, sadly the wire impacted on the image quality somewhat.
I took a flight from Queenstown to Milford Sound which went for around 45 mins to an hour, a cruise across Milford Sound which went for around two hours and a return flight which went for around 45 minutes to an hour.
Butterflies are an insect that I have always wanted to try and get some photos of at home, however they are not typically in abundance in the sort of urban area I live in. A trip to the Butterfly house at the Melbourne Zoo gave a good opportunity to have a practice of taking photo’s…
Have a peek at Potassium Carbonate; a common buffer, drying agent and fire extinguishing medium under the microscope.
Urea (or carbamide) displays some cool birefringence under the microscope, have a peek!
Compositing Fireworks with Photoshop CC
I visited an open garden event on Sunday 13th of September which was fundraising for the Upper Beaconsfield Fire Brigade, another brigade of the Country Fire Authority. The event was well attended when I was there just before midday. I will process and hopefully post some more landscapes during the next few weeks but below…
Resorcinol is a benzenediol used in some chemical and medical fields; Have a peek at it under the microscope.
Truth be told I am actually not a huge spider fan, and I know this blog and my various photo collections would make people think otherwise but I really just take photos of spiders because in certain parts outside they are somewhat in excess. Having said that some of the spiders when you see them…
Have a look at what a crystal of Potassium Permanganate looks like under the microscope.
My bird identification skills sometimes leave a bit to be desired, and the process typically involves me taking photos of birds adn afterwards trying to work out what the actual bird was. This is one of those cases where during a visit to the lake at Lakeside Pakenham we saw (and fed) these birds….