Monday, December 25, 2006


This beautiful piece off work is in Queen Street Brisbane outside of Macarthur Chambers.

Sulphur Crested Cockatoo.

This Sulphur Crested Cockatoo was sitting outside off the nest hollow approximately 100 feet from the ground, and was constantly calling for it mate that had flown off.
The Gaint Ghost Gum ( Also known as the Widow Maker) ie hollows are created by fallen branches, is on private property near the Bruce Highway at Caloundra.

A Real Phantom Fan

This Austin 1800 MK2 ute which would have to be at least 40 years young,Launched in October 1964.
This driver is for sure an Phantom Fan.

Just Boiling the Billy

This group off gentlemen are still Boiling the Billy, however at a new location in Ann Street previously they were at EXPO 88.
It is quite surprising that they have not attacked by Graffiti Bandits.

Monday, October 23, 2006

City Turkey (* Scrub Turkey)

This Scrub Turkey was just walking down the street in Indoorpilly, going about His or Her business off upsetting local residents by digging up the yards making Mounds.
At least the are in the area which says that the enviroment is not to bad. Posted by Picasa

Fresh Sweet Strawberries

If you ever wondered where those Sweet Fresh Strawberries come from well it on the Bribie Island Rd at Ningi.
Without a lie their were about fifty of these contraption in the field, which covered approximately 100 acres. Posted by Picasa

Sunday, October 22, 2006

Hopefully I will reach the Water

How is this for a shot. Just cruising along heading for the water. Posted by Picasa


Happened to be passing and came across this minor incident, it appears that someone forgot to insert the container pins. Posted by Picasa

Thursday, October 05, 2006

How is this for a evening Sky!
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Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Does not pay to go outside the ROAD MARKER POSTS !

See what happens when you go offroad, HE IS WELL AND TRUELY BOGGED! And would you believe this happens on a regular basis. Main BRUCE HIGHWAY is about 20 metres to the left of this shot.
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Thursday, September 07, 2006

This will give you an idea how fast this clown was going, the driver cleared scrub for quite a distance.See where the car bounced off the Paper Bark Tree.
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Came arcoss this car in the swamp next too the Smith street Motorway on the Gold Coast. Lucky to survive i think.
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Sunday, August 27, 2006

This Motorised Kite was above Sea World on the Spit, shot was taken approximately 1 km from subject.
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Friday, August 11, 2006

Propert Folding Caravan

I was at Caloundra beach yesterday and came across this Propert Folding Caravan that dated back too 1952, No bigger than a 6x4 trailer and made from plywood and fibreglass.
And still being used to this day, it was towed all the way from Victoria.
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And here is the proof the Original Patent Plaque.
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Saturday, August 05, 2006

This B-Double was parked on the side of the Warrego Hwy with these beautiful Palm tree. This B-Double is capable of carrying 70metric tonnes and I would estimate these two palms would go close.

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Saturday, July 29, 2006

Washing Day on the Broadwater.

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Friday, July 21, 2006

What a pair of Beauties.

Note the short legs on these pair of beauties. Posted by Picasa

High Powered Ocean Equiptment.

Took the shots of this ocean race after it had been out on engine trails.What is it with people with boats that after the load the boat,they have to have a couple off beers before they hit the" ROAD". I would think that when you are towing such an expensive piece of equiptment you would want to have a clear mind. Posted by Picasa

Wednesday, July 19, 2006

This plaque is under this seat which overlooks the Broadwater on the Gold Coast,Gordon Chater was an Australian comic of some note. Posted by Picasa

Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Tree Trimmer

Well can you guess what this piece of machinery is used for.It is used to trim the trees on the M1 Motorway. Posted by Picasa

Sunday, June 04, 2006

No it is not a flying saucer, in fact it is a water tower that the local council decided to light up with it's floral emblem.This shot was taken at approximately 1.5km in distance.
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Friday, June 02, 2006

Came across this 1956 Ford Fairlane two door at a panel shop on the northside of Brisbane it was in for very minor paint repair. I was informed that it has been in the same family since 1956. A true Classic.  Posted by Picasa

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Rear view of this beauty. Posted by Picasa

Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Gaint Redback Spider

This is in a Landscape supply yard in underwood. Based on the theme "Redback on the Toilet seat"from the song.The company name is Redback Landscape Supplies. Posted by Picasa

Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Wrong side of the Barrier.

Well the first day on the South/East run and I came across this Nissan Skyline parked in this great free parking space.He managed to miss a power pole which is approximately 20 feet to the rear of the vehicle. As you can see no rego plates, as they have been removed by the police, who if they had the numbers could have prevented this incident and this clown would not have been on the roadPosted by Picasa

Sunday, May 14, 2006

Naked and enjoying the company.

Another view of the bronze statues, they are outside of the building that was the former headquaters of Lt, General, MacCarthy during WW11.The HQ has been refurbished and his original office still exists today. Posted by Picasa

Naked Bronzes outside the GPO in Brisbane,called" Dialogue" and cast in 2004. Posted by Picasa

Went to the City and came across the sign at the GPO( General Post office)the original entrance for the horse drawn carts that picked up the mail. Posted by Picasa

Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Great Skill

Energex is doing their annual survey off the main power transmission lines and i came across this crew on my morning run.This pilot hovered in the same spot for approximately 10 minutes before moving on to the next tower. Posted by Picasa