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  I have been posting the mail art piece compose/decompose to the Animals, people a shared environment exhibition as part of the Australian Animal Study Group 2011 conference exhibition at the POP Gallery and QCA Project Space in Brisbane. There are 20 cards in all and the work is a tribute to the Molluskian Hermaphrohood. […]

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Lake Clifton fires

  At 11:52 am on the 10th of January as many as seven fires were lit along the Forrest Highway in Southwest Western Australia. The fires then coalesced and moved northeast towards Southern Eastuary Road and the municipal localities of Lake Clifton and Herron. These semi-rural areas are along the east side of the Mandurah-Eaton […]

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nest in a drainpipe

  The Mistle Thrush had built her nest on top of a downpipe, blocking the water’s passage and causing the gutter to flood. But desperate to protect her young, she puffed herself up to twice her size and sat in the drainpipe to stop the tide of rain water swamping the nest.   She was […]

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Cyanobacteria slime samples of D M Paterson

  These pictures were taken in October 2010 of the research of Professor D M Paterson into the effect of micobialite communities on sedimentation regimes (material from the Shark Bay stromatolites).

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Titan Uranus

 

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Cable Beach De marchi Road super bower

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cosmological vacuum cleaner

  Your own bedroom bubble chamber by Roomba robotic vacuum cleaner A timelapse image.

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giant mutant kangaroo wrestles car

 

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Proposition 2: dissolution of the southern skies

  This is a project for people who reside in the southern hemisphere (anyone else can cheer us on). The process of photocopying a photocopy degrades an image down to a network of nothing. This exchange process begins by assembling a collection of 100 participants in a list arranged by their Longitude. Starting at the […]

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the biodiversity tree-web

  Mucking around with old and new representations of the tree of life until it becomes more web-like…. See a slightly larger version here

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testing commercial gps units

  As part of the project we tested commercial gps units at a site near Lake Clifton to find out whether their accuracy was sufficient and whether tree cover was going to be a problem.

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Limestone Suiseki

  Nosing out of the terra rossa soil, a limestone boulder with lichen and unusual weathering…

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fungus fruiting body

  Found during our visit to friends who live at the edge of Lake Clifton

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tuart dieback

  A picture from our excursion to a property at the edge of Lake Clifton. This tree stump shows the shallow root system of the Tuart. I’m not sure whether this one fell over or was ‘pushed’ but at the same time tuarts in Yalgorup have suffered severe decline. “The Yalgorup region represents the largest […]

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plastic complexity

  Thrown casually over discarded brush, this knot of bailer twine was on land where every skerrick of vegetation had been cleared for grazing — right down to the fenceline on Lake Clifton.

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