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PhotoBlog 2010

A new PhotoBlog to create a pictorial record of a variety of random images captured by my camera during 2010. These photos are arranged in reverse order so the most recent images can be seen at the top of the album. This album is now complete and many thanks to viewers for the current 23,799 visits as you have followed the growth of the album throughout 2010.  A new PhotoBlog for 2011 will be coming soon.

Album by gladysclancy. Photos by Gladys. 1 - 226 of 226 Total. 29838 Visits.
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Pink Lace Hydrangea
22 December 2010.

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Flower on Chain of Hearts
22 December 2010.

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Kangaroo Paw 'Orange Cross'
18 December 2010.  Dazzling display of Kangaroo Paws at Kings Park.

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Jingymia Mallee (Eucalyptus synandra)
18 December 2010.  First time I have photographed this species in Kings Park.

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Fresh Green Silver Beet
17 December 2010.

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Vine-ripened Tomato in my garden
17 December 2010.

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Corn as High as an Elephant's Eye!
15 December 2010. Sweet Corn towers above my head.

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Freshly Picked from my Garden
12 December 2010.  Silver Beet, Joy Choy, French Beans, Frilly Lettuce Mix, Tomatoes and Button Squash.

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Clancy wearing his Doggles
12 December 2010.

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Dusty waiting for me to throw his Ball
12 December 2010.

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Resurfacing my Street with Asphalt
06 December 2010.

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Refilling the Asphalt Laying Machine
06 December 2010. Working late at 5:20 pm to use remainder of mixed Asphalt.

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Laying Ashpalt in front of my Driveway
06 December 2010.  Now a lovely smooth surface with no loose Blue Metal Chips.

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Compacting with Dynapac Roller
06 December 2010. The ground trembled and my whole house shook as it thundered past.

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Minnawarra Historic Precinct on far bank
03 December 2010.
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Historic Minnawarra Chapel
03 December 2010. The Chapel was originally built in 1903 as the Congregational Church and was relocated and rebuilt brick by brick at its current location in Minnawarra Historic Precinct in 1987.

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The Beauty of Trees
03 December 2010.
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Band of Smoke across the Sky
30 November 2010.  Smoke from Golden Bay Bushfire (suspected arson).

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Theo with his Birthday Badge
28 November 2010. Theo celebrated his First Birthday with a Party for Dogs.

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Fallen Leaves
25 November 2010. Autumn colours at the end of Spring!

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Very large Slug
10 November 2010.  A sprinkle of rain and this Slug appeared.

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Summer Vegetable Seedlings
10 November 2010. Beetroot, Joy Choy, French Beans, Frilly Lettuce. Hope the Slug does not find them!

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Historic Seat on Wray Avenue, Fremantle
08 November 2010. In front of the "Wild Poppy" Cafe.

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Closer view of Historic Seat
08 November 2010.
Wray Avenue, Fremantle.


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Gourmet Hamper won at Senior's Expo
04 November 2010. My lucky day as I seldom win any raffles!

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First Flower on my Red Cactus
27 October 2010.

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Walking under the Dune Wattles
24 October 2010. Nature trail at Naragebup.

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Organic Gardens at Naragebup
24 October 2010. Sustainable methods of permaculture, organic gardening, worm farms, composting and water-saving methods are demonstrated.

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Hen and Rooster at Naragebup
24 October 2010.

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Poppy Bud bursting open at Naragebup
24 October 2010.

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Up close to the Bobtail
14 October 2010. Bobtail (Tiliqua rugosa)at Wireless Hill Park.

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Grasstree Spike in full Flower
14 October 2010. Xanthorrhoea preissii at Wireless Hill Park.

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Large Peppermint Tree in Park
14 October 2010. This gracefully weeping tree was given the name ‘peppermint’ by early colonists because of the peppermint scent given off by crushed leaves. Its drooping habit has earned the tree its second common name ‘Willow Myrtle’.

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Flowers of Peppermint Tree
14 October 2010. (Agonis flexuosa. In late spring the tree is laden with thousands of tiny white, pink-centred flowers that weigh the already drooping branches to the ground.

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New Growth on Weeping Mulberry Tree
07 October 2010.

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Mulberries forming on the Branches
07 October 2010.

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A Smile from Kermit
29 September 2010.

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Kermit on the Red Cordyline
29 September 2010.

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Two newly hatched Birds in Nest
25 September 2010.

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Colourful Orange Stars
24 September 2010.
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Ramel's Mallee in Kings Park
24 September 2010.
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Gum Leaf Motif carved on Totem Pole
21 September 2010.
Synergy Parkland.


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Lycopod Island from Picnic BBQ Area
21 September 2010.
Synergy Parkland.


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Clancy with a 'Lion' clip
17 September 2010.

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Dusty resting in the Shade
17 September 2010.

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Gathering Nectar 1
14 September 2010. Juvenile Red Wattle Bird on Flame Grevillea at Kings Park.

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Gathering Nectar 2
14 September 2010. Juvenile Red Wattle Bird on Flame Grevillea at Kings Park.

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Gathering Nectar 3
14 September 2010. Juvenile Red Wattle Bird on Flame Grevillea at Kings Park.

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Everlastings with a view of the Swan River
14 September 2010.

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Green Jewel Beetle on Yellow Buttercup
14 September 2010.

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Stunning Blue Leschenaultia
14 September 2010.
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Button Daisies
05 September 2010.

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Seagulls in Flight at Dawn
01 September 2010. 6:55 am.
First day of Spring.


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Eggs with Legs!
25 August 2010. Masses of newly hatched spiders leaving their cocoon.

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The Magic of Nature
14 August 2010. Everlastings in bloom at Kings Park.

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Qualup Bells blooming in Kings Park
14 August 2010. Pimelea physodes.

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Goodbye little rabbits, Dusty misses you!
12 August 2010. Rabbits returned to my grandchildren and have since gone to the pet shop to find new homes.

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Australian Pelicans at Perth Zoo
09 August 2010. The bill and pouch of pelicans play an important role in feeding. The bill is sensitive and this helps locate fish in murky water.

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The calf Ajali with father Armani
09 August 2010. The Rothchild's Giraffe calf has been named Ajali, the Swahili word for destiny.

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09 August 2010. Two Keepers on the right sit and watch the Cheetah eating a meaty meal (under greenery on left)!

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Three watchful eyes!
08 August 2010. Baby rabbits almost 5 weeks old.

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Clancy on the Doorstep
06 August 2010. Clancy has been diagnosed with Retinal Atrophy (insufficient blood supply to the retina causing the cells to die) and sadly there is no cure for his blindness.

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Saltwater Crocodile in new enclosure at Perth Zoo
01 August 2010. Crocodylus porosus. This Estaurine Crocodile is estimated to be about 60 years old.

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Yellow-Billed Spoonbill
01 August 2010. During breeding season, the facial skin is outlined in black, the lacy outer wing plumes are tipped black and there are long hackles on its upper breast.

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Dusty watches Mother and two Babies
27 July 2010.

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Cute and Cuddly at 3 weeks
28 July 2010.

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Kermit the Frog by Flashlight
26 July 2010.

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Haze around the Full Moon
26 July 2010.

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Baby Rabbits just 14 days old
20 July 2010.

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Exploring at 14 days of age
20 July 2010.

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Woodie with Babies in Nest at rear
15 July 2010.

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Five Baby Rabbits just 7 days old
15 July 2010.

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Cloud Formations
20 July 2010.

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Entry to "City Outback Adventure"
14 July 2010. Presented by Syd "The Stockman" Davey to introduce city children to the wonders of life in the bush.

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Syd "The Stockman" Davey
14 July 2010.

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Sheepdog Henry on the Horse
14 July 2010.

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Tiny flowers of Rosemary
14 July 2010.

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Dianthus flowers
14 July 2010.

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Clancy loves his new Teddy
11 July 2010. Clancy's eleventh birthday.

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Clancy in his pram
11 July 2010. Clancy's eleventh birthday.

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Alli the male Rabbit
05 July 2010.

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Woodie the female enjoying the Sun
05 July 2010. I am minding the Rabbits while grandchildren are on holidays.

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Autumn Leaves in Winter
28 June 2010.

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Mulberry Leaves ready to fall
28 June 2010.

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Yellow Calendula
27 June 2010.

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Galahs guarding Nest
25 June 2010. A pair of Galahs at the entrance to their nesting hollow in Kings Park. The chicks could be heard inside.

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Fungi at the base of a Tree in Kings Park
25 June 2010.

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Homeless Carnaby's Black Cockatoos
24 June 2010. Part of a flock of approx 150 distressed Carnaby's Black Cockatoos which have been searching for a new home since the destruction of their habitat by "development".

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Sunrise: 7:16 am
22 June 2010.

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Sunrise from my Backyard
22 June 2010.

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Clouds at Sunrise
22 June 2010.

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Sunrise lights the Sky
22 June 2010.

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Eaten by a Fruit Bat!
20 June 2010.

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Ready for Picking
20 June 2010.

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White Tree Dahlia towers overhead
20 June 2010.

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Geranium: Mrs Pollock
20 June 2010.

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Winter Sunrise 7:46 am
16 June 2010.

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Variegated Cordyline
16 June 2010.

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Red Zygo Cacti
06 June 2010.

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Under the Orange Tree
06 June 2010.

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Colourful Sunrise
31 May 2010.

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7:31 am
31 May 2010.

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Clouds Overhead lit by Sunrise
31 May 2010.

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Overhead Cloud lit by Sunrise
31 May 2010.

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Sunrise lights the Clouds above
31 May 2010.

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Perth Foreshore from Kings Park
24 May 2010. The "Wheel of Perth" has gone!! The plan is to replace all that lovely spacious lawn area with a controversial waterfront redevelopment at a cost of about 250 million dollars!

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Autumn Colours
24 May 2010. Overlooking Mounts Bay Road from Kings Park.

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In Memory of my Twin Cocos Palms
26 May 2010. Reluctantly I had to remove these palms which had grown too tall to manage and were shading the solar panels.

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Cocos Palm before Removal
26 May 2010.

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Tiny Lobelia Flowers up close
19 May 2010.

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The Bud has opened on 'Slim Dusty' Rose
19 May 2010. A rich golden orange coloured rose with copper bronze tones that blend with the outback colours of the Australian bush that Slim so loved.

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Water Droplets on Chrysanthemum
19 May 2010.

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Unusual Double Red Poinsettia
19 May 2010.

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Chrysanthemums in my garden
19 May 2010.

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Red Poinsettia
15 May 2010. Too high to photograph!

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Reaching for the Sky
15 May 2010. My Tree Dahlias are 3-4 metres high.

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Oranges are almost ripe
15 May 2010.

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Clancy in his new DGG Warmie
14 May 2010. Clancy was feeling the cold after our coldest May night for six years, so I bought him a new fleecy coat. Red was the only colour in his size.

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Clancy in the Park
14 May 2010.

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Dusty having a rest after playing Ball
14 May 2010.

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Dusty in the Park
14 May 2010.

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Mother's Day gift of Floribunda Rose named 'Slim Dusty'
09 May 2010. A rose released to commemorate the life and memory of 'Slim Dusty AO MBE', Australian Icon and Country Music Legend.

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Bud on 'Slim Dusty' Rose
09 May 2010.

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Mother's Day gift of Mixed Flowers
09 May 2010. Carnations, Chrysanthemums and Lilies.

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Mixed Flowers for Mother's Day
09 May 2010.

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Mother's Day gift of potted Chrysanthemums
09 May 2010.

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Pink Chrysanthemum close up
09 May 2010.

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Castaways Sculpture: Serpula vermicularis
02 May 2010. WINNER: $1,500 International Power Mitsui Innovation Award for innovation in recycled sculpture.

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Castaways Sculpture: Full O
02 May 2010. Aluminium. "The myriad of different inner dimensions transform this sculpture to create shapes which play with light, shadow and reflection."

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Castaways Sculpture: Runway 3
02 May 2010. Brass, bronze.

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Smoke Haze at Sunset
29 April 2010. Because of lack of wind, the air had been filled with smoke all day from controlled burns by CALM.

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Firey Sunset through Smoke Haze
29 April 2010.

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Thrombolites at Lake Clifton
24 April 2010. One of the few places in the world where the thrombolites grow is at Lake Clifton in Western Australia's Yalgorup National Park which is located 32 kilometres south of Mandurah.

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Thrombolite Reflections
24 April 2010. Thrombolites are the most common form of microbialites and are formed by a variety of micro-organisms. They grow at an average of 1mm a year.

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Framed by Melaleuca
24 April 2010. Harvey Estuary at Island Point Reserve.

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Reflections of Dawesville Jetty
24 April 2010.

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Harvey Estuary Tidal Bank at Dawesville
24 April 2010.

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Molly enjoying a day out in the Sun
24 April 2010.

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Alpacas at Rivermist Alpaca Farm, Toodyay
21 April 2010.

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Maria the Matriarch of the Alpacas
21 April 2010. Rivermist Alpaca Farm, Toodyay.

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Wheel Of Perth to stop spinning
17 April 2010. Sadly the Wheel of Perth will close on 2 May and the Perth skyline will never be the same again. The reason for the closure is the commencement of work on the controversial Perth waterfront redevelopment plans with a $250 million price tag as revealed by Premier Colin Barnett and Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi.

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Red Bull Air Race, Swan River, Perth
17 April 2010. Viewed through tinted windows of the Convention Centre.

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Red Bull Air Race, Swan River, Perth
17 April 2010. Crowds of people heading for a vantage point on the banks of the river.

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Red Bull Air Race, Swan River, Perth
17 April 2010. A plane has just passed through the inflatable markers, plenty of noise and smoke.

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Red Bull Air Race, Swan River, Perth
17 April 2010. Many small boats anchored in the river for good views of the action.

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CowParade cow "out to pasture" at Perth Convention Centre
17 April 2010. CowParade comes to the Margaret River region from March to June 2010. The cows will be put "out to pasture" at wineries, galleries, restaurants, caves, lighthouses, local boutiques and businesses and many other attractions– so visitors will not only have the opportunity to see some wonderful art – but also have the opportunity to indulge in the diverse experiences that the Margaret River region is renowned for.

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Clocktower at University of Western Australia
17 April 2010. Unfortunately this majestic building was struck by huge hailstones during the big storm which hit Perth on 22 March 2010, and many of the beautiful stained glass windows were smashed.

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Stained Glass Window broken by Hailstones
17 April 2010. This is just one of the many north-facing stained glass windows which were broken by hailstones at the University of Western Australia.

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Clancy and Dusty ready for a Walk
16 April 2010. The dogs enjoy going to the park and Clancy now feels safe riding in the pram while Dusty runs along side.

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Brightly Coloured Impatiens
16 April 2010.

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Stormy Day at Rockingham Beach
13 April 2010. Unusual to see the white-caps here.

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'Peace' Rosebud in my garden
09 April 2010.

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Twin Daylilies named 'King Lamoni'
09 April 2010.

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Clancy in his Pram
05 April 2010. Now that Clancy's eyesight has deteriorated so much, he finds long walks very difficult.

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Clancy more relaxed in his pram
05 April 2010. Decided to get a pram so he can still enjoy outings to the park and now he is feeling more relaxed as he gets used to riding in the pram.

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Clancy feels safe in the pram now
05 April 2010. At first he was scared of the movement, but soon learnt that it is a safe form of travel.

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Yellow Dahlias reaching for the Sky
04 April 2010.

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Northam Senior High School
24 March 2010.
60th Reunion for first year class of 1950.


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Dahlia Bud
27 March 2010. New life after rain.

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Salmon Pink Dahlia
27 March 2010.

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New burst of Dahlia flowers after Rain
27 March 2010.

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Sunset: Day after the Storm
22 March 2010. Perth's worst storm hit on Monday 21 March 2010.

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Sunset Sky
20 March 2010.

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Queen Mary 2 at Fremantle Passenger Terminal
14 March 2010. Thousands of people turned out for a glimpse of this majestic liner. This was as close as we could get from the wharf.

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Queen Mary 2 at Fremantle
14 March 2010. Taken from overhead pedestrian bridge near passenger terminal.

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The Tall Ship, Leeuwin II
Launched in 1986, Leeuwin II is Australia's largest sail training tall ship and is dedicated to challenging and inspiring people on adventurous ocean voyages.

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Rose: Rhapsody in Blue
14 March 2010.

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Perth's newest Artwork
10 March 2010. Keizo Ushio Japan. oushi zokei, mobius in space, 2009. Japanese pink granite, red ochre.

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Sculpture at entrance to Esplanade Station, Perth
10 March 2010. The shape of the sculpture is based on the mathematical mobius strip, and the red ochre colouring is reminiscent of Japanese cherry blossoms.

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Completed Mural in Perth Laneway
10 March 2010. Refer to painting of mural on 17th February 2010.

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Colourful section of Mural
10 March 2010.

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Dusty in the patio chair
8 March 2010.

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Mandurah Crab Fest Program
7 March 2010.

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Dusty watching something
7 March 2010.

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Clancy in the patio chair
7 March 2010.

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Dusty's Third Birthday
2 March 2010.
New toys and treats for his Birthday.


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Banded Garden Spider
1 March 2010. This harmless Argiope trifasciata is often seen in Orb Webs in late summer.

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Queen of the Night Cactus only flowers at night
20 February 2010.

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Dusty in the backyard
20 February 2010.

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Perth Cultural Centre Water Maze #1
17 February 2010.
Perth Cultural Centre re-vitalisation project.


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Perth Cultural Centre Water Maze #2
17 February 2010.

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Perth Cultural Centre Water Maze #3
17 February 2010.

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Perth Cultural Centre Water Maze #4
17 February 2010.

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Perth Cultural Centre Water Maze #5
17 February 2010.

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Perth Cultural Centre Water Maze #6
17 February 2010.

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Pavement Chalk Art inspired by McCubbin exhibition
17 February 2010.

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City Lane Mural in progress
17 February 2010.

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Painting City Lane Mural
17 February 2010.

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Twin Daylilies named 'Becky Lyn'
14 February 2010.

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Single Aster Daisies
13 February 2010.

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Pastel Ruffled Asters
13 February 2010.

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Two Tiny Babies asleep
13 February 2010.
These two tiny babies chose this ficus branch by my backdoor for shelter each night. Sadly, only one sleeps there now.


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Backlit Purple Iris
04 February 2010.

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Artwork on the Steps
03 February 2010.
Perth Cultural Centre re-vitalisation project.


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The Writing on the Steps
03 February 2010.
Perth Cultural Centre re-vitalisation project.


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The Artist at Work
03 February 2010.
Perth Cultural Centre re-vitalisation project.


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Cluster of Bridal Pink Roses in my garden
03 February 2010.

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Golden Orb Weaver Spider has captured a Bee
30 January 2010.

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Aboriginal Mural at Kodja Place, Kojonup
28 January 2010. The story is about the Mardjit (Snake) who in local mythology created the waterholes, the streams and creek beds. The waterholes show the changes during the different seasons. On the outer edges the colours are of skies and inner sections are of the land during different seasons.

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The Kodja or Stone Axe
28 January 2010. The Kodja is a stone axe used by the local Noongar people, and from which Kojonup and the centre draw their name.

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1966 HR Holden Ute at Kodja Place, Kojonup
28 January 2010. This Powder Blue Farm Ute forms one of the many displays created by the community to tell the story of its past and present.

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The peaceful Hotham River at Boddington
28 January 2010.

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Salmon Pink Dahlia in my garden
25 January 2010.

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Fluffy Asters
25 January 2010.

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Pink Frangipani
25 January 2010.

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Blue Solanum Flowers on my Topiary Tree
25 January 2010.

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Pink Cosmos like the Sun
25 January 2010.

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South Perth from Kings Park
21 January 2010.

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Matilda Bay Marina from Kings Park
21 January 2010.

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Approaching Boat on Swan River
21 January 2010.

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Speeding along the Swan River
21 January 2010.

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White Agapanthus coming out of the shade
18 January 2010.

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Rose named Champagner
18 January 2010.

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One of Two Orb Weaver Spiders in my Garden
18 January 2010.

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The second Orb Weaver Spider in my Garden
18 January 2010.

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Solar Panels installed on my Roof
12 January 2010.
Due to lack of north-facing roof space, I chose 4 x 300 w panels to make a 1.2 Kw system.


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Solar Power Inverter near Meter Box
12 January 2010.
It is very satisfying to watch the meter going backwards!


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White Frangipani has rounded petals
11 January 2010.

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Tropical Frangipani has elongated petals
11 January 2010.

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Sunset Clouds at 7:39 pm
08 January 2010.

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Fuchsias in my garden
07 January 2010.

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Fuchsias near my front door
07 January 2010.

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Daylily named 'Long Stocking'
07 January 2010.

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Rose in my garden
07 January 2010.

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Cheerful Cosmos
06 January 2010.

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Daylily named 'Way Over Yonder'
06 January 2010.

 
   
 
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