I drive past the Townsville race-track every day and keep meaning to stop and take a photo the entry but on the occasions when I have the light has been poor. The Townsville sun can be harsh and the shadows deep. Then a local car dealership hung a banner on the fence at the right, which ruined the look of the structure. I have waited a year now for the banner to be taken down but it looks like it is there to stay. Finally I have photographed the gateway and ticket office.
While I was at it I turned and took the landscape photo looking across the car-park and the edge of the track to Wulguru and Mt Stuart. I live just below the centre of this picture.
This is part of my “camera a month” project. The camera for January was the Fuji GW690 III.
Camera - Fuji GW690 III
Fixed lens - Fujinon 90/3.5.
Film - Portra 160
Procss - Job kit
THE manager of a West Australian pub has apologised for posting a note saying indigenous people would not be served at the establishment.
I hope so.
really needed to hear something, anything uplifting about this shithole country and our human rights abuses. thank you ben walsh and thank you tumblr for this post, I needed it.Keep being awesome, real Australia.
Warm weather in Western Australia’s Shark Bay region has attracted some unusual beach goers to Monkey Mia.
With the mercury hovering around the 40s (Centigrade) early this week, local Katie Hughes says five emus decided to take a dip and cool their heels yesterday.
"It was really really hot, probably around 41 degrees, and we noticed them having a stroll along beach," she said…
(read more: ABC - Australia)
photography by Katie Hughes
thats so terrible, god, and at the end, the dude was clearly eating Tim Tams lol
i am getting soooo sick of people* (*americans) taste-testing vegemite as if it were jam. Only crazy people like my mum and I have it that concentrated.
Please explain the proper way to eat Vegemite. (My grade school once had an Australian art teacher who made us all try a spoonful of it. I would like to get over the scarring.)
you spread it, usually on bread, usually (unless you like it a lot) quite thinly. like in this picture:
When I was a kid we used to have spoonfuls of the stuff, but we’d lick the spoon, not put the whole thing in our mouths, that’s crazy business!