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Monthly Archives: March 2012
Sometimes I just wonder “What were they thinking – Art for art’s sake?” or were they sitting down to a feed of Queensland mud crabs.
Here is a different perspective of the yellow lines on the train platform.
Time gets away and I need to take photographs earlier in the day. For any young folk out there this is a photograph of a vinyl album. This is how we got out music before those new-fangled compact discs and … Continue reading
The 2012 PPQ Concerts at Twilight series (sponsored by Personalised Plates Queensland) features Queensland Youth Orchestras (QYO) orchestras and ensembles and guest ensembles from Brisbane and regional Queensland, performing in the heritage-listed Old Museum Concert Hall. Today the twilight concert featured … Continue reading
It is raining again. Glad I went shopping yesterday and got some light reading. Something for the brain, something for the heart and something for the taste buds – yum! I finally got around to buying ‘The Land of the Painted Caves’. … Continue reading
Possums are very persistent little blighters. This cute little possum was living in our roof after finding a space in the barge boards (the timber on the ends of the roof) and making it big enough to squeeze through into … Continue reading
Today’s picture is sombre reminder of the 269 people who lost their lives on Queensland roads during 2011. The RACQ placed each of the 269 yellow crosses in King George Square to draw attention to their Motoring Matters road safety … Continue reading
The Occupy Brisbane protesters may have had good intentions but they completely stuffed up Post Office Square which has been closed for renovations ever since they were evicted months ago. This little patch of green grass right in the CBD … Continue reading
OK, I am struggling to get an interesting photo that turns out OK. I took this one at Petrie Railway Station this morning. A few years ago they refurbished the station and we got these nice new metal seats. The seats … Continue reading