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Modern Landscapes

24.09.2011 - Stephen Trifyllis


wonderful old windmill near the entrance to karvounades where the wheat was milled to make bread for the village and next to it this tree has had many years of strong northely winds !! more>>

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Massive production studio at CarriageWorks,...

06.12.2011 - James Victor Prineas

where George Miller's Happy Feet 2 was produced. You see the animation team that numbered 670 at its peak, working on production and sound editing. Australian Financial Review.... more >>


17.10.2003 - Museum Administration

Though very small and easy to overlook, the Wentletrap, Epitonium lamellosum, is among the most beautiful seashells in creation. The narrow cones have deeply notched whorls traversed by... more >>

Yellow Violet Bittersweet Clam

17.10.2003 - Museum Administration

Violet Bittersweet Clam, Glycymeris violacescens. The purple hue has been worn down on this clam, revealing a lovely brown and yellow concentric pattern. 2.8 cm long. Photograph ©James... more >>