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Follow my Vision and Imagination using your iPhone My Website Free Photo Guides QLD Location guides from photographers for photographers --- July photograph of the month in Top Photography Group This tree has a bit of a story I suppose. Those living in the Brisbane area know it as "Garry's" tree....just kidding. It is a fantastic subject both for Sunrises and Sunsets and even night shots. This is not a HDR 5D + EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM Lee Graduated Filter 0.6 Soft An earlier Version And…
House Facade Ideas - Exterior House Designs for Inspiration
Let's be honest, who bothers inspecting homes with sorry-looking facades? Explore facade ideas to inspire your renovation with these exterior house photos.
Styling a She Shed With Shiplap Walls
The shiplap walls of this cozy she shed give it a wonderful, rustic beachy look. We show you how the shiplap was installed and painted.
Ferris wheel at the Ekka, Brisbane, ca. 1918
Creator: Unidentified Location: Brisbane, Queensland Description: This photograph is part of the Marr Family Photograph Album; access number: 6329. View this page at the State Library of Queensland: hdl.handle.net/10462/deriv/39588 Information about State Library of Queensland’s collection: pictureqld.slq.qld.gov.au/
25 Stunning Skylines Around the World
Following up from the Sifter’s first skyline post, here are 25 more stunning skylines around the world. These are by no means the ‘best’ skylines, just a collection of incredible photographs taken by some amazing photographers around the world. Almost all photographs are from the wonderful community over at deviantART. If you haven’t been, I recommend you check out their site, many of the artists sell their artwork and prints as well.
Queensland Bottle Tree Anzac Square Brisbane ©
The swollen trunk of the Queensland Bottle is used for water storage and can reach 2m in diameter - its remarkable appearance gives rise to its name
Norman Hotel, Woolloongabba
How would you like your business to be known as "Brisbane's worst vegetarian restaurant?" The hotel below doesn't mind it - in fact it advertises itself that way. It is the Norman Hotel at Woolloongabba, one of Brisbane's excellent steak restaurants. (Photo: © 2011 the foto fanatic) "The Norman", as it known to locals, was designed by John B Nicholson and built by F Steffans in 1889 for Robert Heaslop. The hotel was situated on the Brisbane to Ipswich road in an area that was growing…