Recently during a weekend trip to Phillip Island I visited my parents at a place they rent out throughout the year. This gave me a great chance to practice my photography in terms of doing more panoramas (at the beach) and also virtual tours of the house. I decided to get out my fisheye lense,…
The Western honey bee or Apis mellifera is a common insect around my parents garden in the South East Suburbs of Melbourne, being attracted to the pollen from the Grevillea banksii. The Western honey bee is a fascinating insect that is commercially used to produce honey. It also has a social caste system in addition to…
Sunset from the Housing estate off Pakenham Road, on the 30th September 2016.
Have a look at what a crystal of Potassium Permanganate looks like under the microscope.
Uluru is a sacred formation within the Northern Territory which is estimated to be some 500 million years old
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.