Tag Archives: travel

Broome fantasy …

Broome has regions surrounding the town that are often overlooked by the thousands of visitors at this time of year. Unless you are more adventurous and know an informed local, you wont see any of this. This is why I … Continue reading

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out the back bush …

Yesterday, after a cold windy morning in Broome, a sunny 25C drive out plant searching in an area associated with a now abandoned proposal for a  Woodside Gas Hub project. A long drive on rough corrugated roads and tracks, the … Continue reading

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Black As …

David Batty’s new comedy  mini series now up on ABC iView. The first five of 25 short videos featuring a remote Arnhem Land community and some local ‘youth’. A great and very funny insight into their culture, way of life … Continue reading

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beach …

Cable Beach features a wide variety of beach sand to fine mud at very low tides. Broome’s big tides are fascinating, with occasionally more than ten metres in height difference in six hours. Click twice for full resolution …

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down at the beach …

Marine creatures mix with the crowd at times, a very small crowd most times, the tracks of the hermit crabs take precedence on the sand it seems. Cable Beach, Broome:

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pictures from the Kimberley …

Some random photograph images from the past, scanned. The Kimberley is one of the last unspoiled landscapes.

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dinosaur sites, by the dozen …

Broome has become an international sensation in the world of paleo science, with up to 200 kms of sandstone reef shelves covered in dinosaur stories. Their footprints now provide enough research materials for decades and more. Dr Steve Salisbury is … Continue reading

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dumber, dumbest … Turney, the Penguin Man

A massive indictment about an Australian ‘scientist’.   I say the response time of the truth is getting better because a mere three days later, Discover Magazine says fugeddaboudit … their best guess is that the penguins never heard of … Continue reading

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competing headlines, warming or cooling … thriving or dying

Climate change pushing krill to the North? Or at least, activists would say that, without understanding the full story: […] All parties were enjoying the krill fishing; except perhaps the krill, some of whom foolishly took refuge in our net. … Continue reading

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feeding at the trough …

Chairman Mal’s coup has now enabled his supporters, to go and feed at the UN trough. Even a former ‘opponent’ may be asked to join in. Pathetic, Chairman Mal: […] Another factor behind promoting Rudd for world leader may be a … Continue reading

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