What I saw in September 2013

Rebadging my “photoblog recycles”. These were originally on this blog.

Wollongong Art Gallery

Posted on September 24, 2013 by Neil

I didn’t go in yesterday but I must very soon. There are some interesting exhibitions on at the moment.

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Those panels feature a copy of Eugene Von Guerard View of Lake Illawarra with distant mountains of Kiama 1860 from the Gallery’s Colonial and Early Australian Collection.

Amazing engineering feats, China, M, and West Wollongong parakeets

Posted on September 23, 2013 by Neil

…I promised parakeets – well rainbow lorikeets in fact, here in West Wollongong yesterday. These are into the late afternoon sun, so not easy photographically, through my window and a fly screen.

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Our national flower…

Posted on September 18, 2013 by Neil

Our national flower is the golden wattle.

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Crown Street, West Wollongong – this morning.

West Wollongong–the birds again

Posted on September 17, 2013 by Neil

It continues rather damp. See Flooding closes roads at Gerringong, Albion Park Rail. Here in West Wollongong the coral tree is obviously at its tastiest, as this morning’s view from my window shows.

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Cockatoo and rainbow lorikeets.

Spring 2013–4–Election Night continued

Posted on September 8, 2013 by Neil

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Spring 2013 — 1

Posted on September 3, 2013 by Neil

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