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Body Parts Like you Never Saw Them

Pretty cool this. Black and white photography of body parts with a twist. Photographer Allan Teger puts tiny models in unexpected places to create a fascinating and unique perspective of the human body. Check out his website and loads of additional photos here, a little sample below. and my personal favourite: Great stuff. You can […]

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Twitpics from Space

Of course I love twitter, but I’m only tweeting things from earth. You have to love that the astronauts  on the international space station can also tweet. Check out some of these twit pics they have sent. Life on the space station looks pretty awesome! Check out plenty more photos at the Telegraph website here. […]

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Melbourne’s Lanes

Melbourne is pretty much my home town. I wasn’t born there, but spent most of my life there, went school and university there and still love the city. One of the things that sets Melbourne apart and makes it so unique, are the lanes which zig zag the centre of the city. They weren’t as […]

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The Decay of Motor City, USA

I wrote recently that Chernobyl, that most unlikely of holiday destinations, was now open for business, and looking to attract travellers interested in something a little unusual. Recently, I cam across some of the most incredible photos of another city – Detroit – which is also in decline, though not quite through such tragic and […]

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Squashed Car Art (Sydney)

Strolling along the Rocks in Sydney, and this is what we find. Slightly odd, and you can imagine that of course we would have jumped immediately to the aid of the driver of the car. And then we saw the sign. Phew! Very helpful. I wonder when we will get to a point where they have similar […]

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Brilliant photos from Egypt

The Boston Globe always seems to have the best photos of world events. I have posted photos from Afghanistan here before. Check out the below from the recent Egypt unrest, and definitely go their site and look at the rest. Its impressive stuff, and documents what has been happening in Egypt brilliantly.

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A Nice Way to Store Books

The State Library in Victoria has to be one of the most beautiful libraries in the world. A little group of photos below taken on our a recent trip. Very peaceful, very beautiful.

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2010: My Blog in Review

So in 2010 I finally did something that I have wanted to do pretty much ever since blogging became something that apparently everyone was doing…. I started a blog. I’ve really enjoyed writing my blog, and its something I will continue to do. More for my own enjoyment and amusement than anything else, but Iover […]

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Bernie and his (Very Expensive) Watch

I have to say, that in the context of more and more horror stories of people being attacked in the streets of London, the recent pictures of Bernie Ecclestone were pretty shocking. Does not really matter if you like or don’t like him (or as a fan of the sport, agree or disagree with the […]

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Why print in 2D when you can print in 3D!

I’ve recently started ‘using’ a macbook pro. I say ‘using’ in inverted commas, because I would not call it that at all. For one thing, I simply cannot cure myself of the need to have my left index finger resting on the trackpad (is that what its called?) while I move the mouse around with […]

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