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Author Archives: Tony Koch
I really admire the way building designers use glass building facades to capture the reflections of the surroundings – in this case the surrounding buildings and the clouds.
The Energex Crew were out early in the morning to change the bulb on the street lamp outside of my house. The bulb has blown a few weeks ago and I had been meaning to ring and let them know … Continue reading
Another busy day at work and skipping lunch break – I actually took this photo on Friday last week (today is Monday). Caladium bulbs on the Queen Street Mall, Brisbane.
What can I say – Max the Wonder Dog was happy that I was outside in the middle of the night – keeping me company while i was waiting for the pesty possum to get out of the roof (again!) … Continue reading
The days are getting much shorter now at we move through Autumn in Australia. Some people like to get up early and get those wonderful photographs of the morning light – I tend to be in a rush in the … Continue reading
Here is a sample of race cars from the F1 Super Geeks who held a function last night to thank their sponsors and supporters. The team are retiring. The F1 Super Geeks are a team of students from Pine Rivers State … Continue reading
It is a busy day at work so I had to look close to home (my desk) for inspiration. You too can have a nice salad sandwich in Brisbane from PJ’s Roast In on Adelaide Street – great food, great … Continue reading
Congratulations to me – I have joined the thousands of people who have taken a photograph of the koala statues on the top of the ‘Koala House’ building. This is very popular with tourists – I regularly see people taking … Continue reading