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Contour Lines explained

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Contours can be thought of as like a stack of irregular pancakes, with each contour line representing the edge of the pancake. If the contour interval is 1 metre, each ‘pancake’ would be… Continue reading

A Flower in My Garden

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Originally posted on Martin Drury:
Any idea what flower this is? Unidentified flower This flower was photographed late this afternoon in my front garden, if budding botanist can identify it, common name is…

Flowering Basil

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Originally posted on Martin Drury:
I recently photographed this beautiful flowering Basil in my back yard.

Flower Mystery Revealed.

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Originally posted on Martin Drury:
Flower from the Cockspur Coral Tree I came across this beautiful flower growing on the banks of Cabbage Tree Creek, Aspley, Queensland. It is know as the Cockspur…

Swanning around Lake Ginninderra

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Originally posted on Martin Drury:
This photo was taken on the shores or our local lake this afternoon. The reflections are just astounding.

Way of the Turtle at Water, Peace Power

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Originally posted on Tracey M Benson || Bytetime:
In earlier posts about Way of the Turtle I wrote about our collaboration for Water, Peace, Power in Taranaki. During the residency, we learnt a lot…

Why was the window such a pain?

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Originally posted on Martin Drury:
This photo was taken on a recent visit to New Zealand. I guess the window wasn’t very happy about having to stay in OZ (only joking my Kiwi…

Notre Dame, Paris – A Photo Essay

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Originally posted on Geokult Travel:
These pictures wee taken during a stroll around Notre Dame in September 2013.

Flowers around Alam Jiwa, Ubud, Bali – A Photo Essay

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Originally posted on Geokult Travel:
We had an overnight stay in Ubud, Bali where I had the opportunity to take these flower shots, enjoy. Other posts about Bali: 365 Places: Alam Jiwa The…

Tasman National Park, A Photo Essay

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Originally posted on Geokult Travel:
These photos are from a visit to the Tasman National Park, Tasmania, on a very hot day back in late January 2008. See other posts on Tasmania: Cradle…