Blog Posts - Brisbane



Christmas in Brisbane

Hello from King George Square in Brisbane and our beautiful Christmas tree!♥ ♥ ♥Hej från King George Square och vår fina julgran i Brisbane!Met up with my Australian born Swedish friend Jazz for the first time in 25 years.It felt like we hadn...
by Swe-Aussie X-mas on Dec 10, 2016

Tips To Arrange A Successful Corporate Event

Corporate events are ideal for promoting a business and its brand identity in the market. These type of events are also ideal for promoting a new product that has been introduced by the company in the market. However, organising a corporate or busine...
by Corporate Web Affairs on Aug 9, 2016

How To Save Money Buying Fresh Flowers

The Power Of Flowers Is Priceless   From roses and tulips to orchid’s and pansies, flowers have a powerful way of brightening someone’s day. Whether you are celebrating an anniversary, a birthday or you just simply want to make someone smile...
by CanadianBudgetBinder on Jul 25, 2016

“Tokyo in the Underbrush”: ArtsWeek

Pictures and poems from Japan’s bubble years… Introduction In January, 1987 I graduated from Lehigh University with a B.A. in journalism. By the first week of March I was in Tokyo, Japan to start my first real adult job and … Continue readi...
by Scholars & Rogues on Jun 13, 2016

“Tokyo in the Underbrush”: ArtsWeek

Pictures and poems from Japan’s bubble years… Introduction In January, 1987 I graduated from Lehigh University with a B.A. in journalism. By the first week of March I was in Tokyo, Japan to start my first real adult job and … Continue readi...
by Scholars & Rogues on Jun 13, 2016

Bloggers United Brisbane Event

If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you probably noticed that I spammed you with a heap of pics from the Bloggers United Brisbane Event a couple of weeks back. I’d followed from afar when the Bloggers United events were held in Adelaide,...
by Middle Aged Mama on Jun 6, 2016

Squinting at another reality

She was shuffling around Nakamise Dori, the shopping boulevard that leads to Sensō-ji in Asakusa. She touched a lot of elbows trying to speak to people who pulled away and ignored her. This did not phase her. She kept moving … Continue reading...
by Scholars & Rogues on Jun 3, 2016

Australia Most Beautiful Places to Visit

Australia is one of the most interesting places to visit in the world. It is rich in beauty that is varied and diversified too. Australia is a developed country and one of the wealthiest country in the world among the World’s 12th largest econo...
by News24Media on May 3, 2016

Mean street cutie pie

There was no child’s garden in sight… She was tagging along while her dad walked his dog along Palou Avenue in Hunters Point in San Francisco. Dad and the dog are on the left. On the sidewalk nearby there was … Continue reading →...
by Scholars & Rogues on Apr 27, 2016

Mean street cutie pie

There was no child’s garden in sight… She was tagging along while her dad walked his dog along Palou Avenue in Hunters Point in San Francisco. Dad and the dog are on the left. On the sidewalk nearby there was … Continue reading →...
by Scholars & Rogues on Apr 27, 2016

Prince: R.I.P. you sexy motherfucker….

“Paisley Park” is my favorite Prince song ever. This is the song that inspired me to start lugging around a camera when I lived in Tokyo in 1987 and 1988. The video is immediately below, which for copyright reasons I … Continue reading U...
by Scholars & Rogues on Apr 22, 2016

The grief motorist

The girl is gone, the mystery remains… His name is Michael and he was sitting in his car on Dubuque Avenue in South San Francisco, separated by a K-rail barrier from the spot on Highway 101 where his cousin Odalys … Continue reading →...
by Scholars & Rogues on Apr 10, 2016

The Need for Speed (and some patience)

Photographing birds in flight and coming away with a few sharp frames is very satisfying. Photographing swallows and getting anything is a bonus. Coming away with a whole bunch of shots happens very rarely. Welcome Swallows, like all swallows are sup...
by Wild Eye View on Mar 30, 2016

Tranquility

A Black Winged Stilt gently wades its way to breakfast.
by Wild Eye View on Mar 12, 2016

A Harlequin Gem

I always find it amazing that the smallest of the world’s creatures, be they bugs like this Hibiscus Harlequin Bug, birds, fish, butterflies, lizards etc somehow are often the most colorful while the big stuff is rather drab.
by Wild Eye View on Mar 5, 2016

Almost Dainty

Almost Dainty. This Dainty Swallowtail Butterfly in the making has been chewing up the leaves of my lime tree!
by Wild Eye View on Mar 4, 2016

Modern Wedding Dress Brisbane

Backless Mermaid Wedding Dresses Through the thousand photographs on the web with regards to modern wedding dress brisbane, we all picks the top selections together with best quality exclusively for you, and this photographs is actually among photogr...
by Wedding Ku on Feb 29, 2016

Brisbane Artists Evening of Sharing: shameless self promotion

Here in Brisbane, California, we’re artsy out the yin-yang… Brisbane’s a small town just south of San Francisco. For a number of years the city has hosted an annual showcase for local creative types. I’m participating this year, with a …...
by Scholars & Rogues on Feb 21, 2016

Shameless self promotion

Here in Brisbane, California, we’re artsy out the yin-yang… Brisbane’s a small town just south of San Francisco. For a number of years the city has hosted an annual showcase for local creative types. I’m participating this year, with a …...
by Scholars & Rogues on Feb 21, 2016

Surviving By The Scruff Of The Neck

Life as a hatchling  is always a precarious time in a birds life. There are plenty of opportunists looking for tender young meat. If you are lucky to survive you prepare yourself as best you can to take that first leap of faith into fresh air and ho...
by Wild Eye View on Feb 6, 2016


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