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Wordless Wednesday 23082017

Cityscape     

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Eat Street

Set on an old disused container wharf, ‘Eat Street Markets’ is a wonderment of the senses. From aromatic international cuisines and boutique beers, to the enchanting sights and sounds of our live performers, Hamilton Wharf plays host to Australia’s most … Continue reading

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Whakapapa Continue:

I have in my possession, some war records belonging to Thomas Campbell. I was told my natural fathers name is Eddie Campbell and was related to Thomas Campbell. I could see Thomas has a number of children but was unsure which child … Continue reading

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Booty Call

Having my “Name in Lights” along with my telephone number on an advertising board opposite a pub does have its draw backs. To the guy with the sexy voice who rang me for a booty call late last night…. (I … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday

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Painting

The timber fence around the property at Burpengary is looking shabby and in need of some paint. I managed to get in an hour of painting in this afternoon before a sprinkle of rain talked me into packing up early. … Continue reading

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Asbestos

Asbestos is a naturally occurring silicate mineral made up of tiny fibres. When disturbed, it may produce a dust containing asbestos fibres. Breathing these fibres into the lungs may, in turn, cause a range of health problems including pleural plaques, … Continue reading

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Queenslander

Queenslander architecture is a modern term for the vernacular type of architecture of Queensland, Australia. It is also found in the northern parts of the adjacent state of New South Wales and shares many traits with architecture in other states of Australia but is distinct and unique. The … Continue reading

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Me, Myself and I

My last few days in Townsville I spent amusing myself. Quite happy in my own company, I wandered around with camera in hand.   Castle Hill stands 286 meters high in the heart of Townsville. Castle Hill has formerly also been known … Continue reading

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Woody Point

WOODY POINT is a suburb on the western side of the Redcliffe Peninsula. The first recorded English explorer to set foot on the Peninsula was Lt. Matthew Flinders, who landed near Woody Point on the 17th July 1799. On 14th September 1824 … Continue reading

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