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…
The laughing Kookaburra at Grants Picnic Ground in Belgrave.
Have a look at the Anther of Lilium Spp herbaceous flower under the microscope.
The kidneys process some 200L of fluid a day, removing organic waste from the body and maintaining a pH balance but what do they look like under the microscope.
I thought I would share another of my favorite animal, the meerkat!
This episode of Cool Stuff Under the Microscope focusses on Red Blood Cells, a vital cell within the body whose function is to transport oxygen.
Have a peek at Potassium Carbonate; a common buffer, drying agent and fire extinguishing medium under the microscope.
In March i visited New Zealand for a combination of work and a holiday. Although the trip was short it was fairly packed with a total travel distance of around 800kms in four days. This map by OpenStreetMaps highlights the journey.
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.
A pack of Australian Ravens in flight.
A panorama of the sun setting over the Mater Hospital in Brisbane.
I am passionate about many things, and Microbiology is most definitely one of them. There is something fascinating about the world that exists right in front of us, but we are not quite able to see. Me being a passionate Nerd / Geek (not a bad thing) I actually have a microscope at home, and…