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  • The capital of Queensland, Australia; pop. 1,273,500. It was founded in 1824 as a penal colony
  • (inĀ  Albert Brisbane (American philosopher))
  • capital and largest city of Queensland state; located in the southeastern corner of Queensland on the Pacific; settled by British as a penal colony; 3rd largest city in Australia
  • Brisbane is a lunar crater that is located in the southeastern part of the Moon, to the south of the crater Peirescius. To the northwest lie the craters Vega and Reimarus, and farther to the east is the walled plain Lyot.
  • television camera: television equipment consisting of a lens system that focuses an image on a photosensitive mosaic that is scanned by an electron beam
  • A chamber or round building
  • A camera is a device that records/stores images. These images may be still photographs or moving images such as videos or movies. The term camera comes from the camera obscura (Latin for "dark chamber"), an early mechanism for projecting images. The modern camera evolved from the camera obscura.
  • equipment for taking photographs (usually consisting of a lightproof box with a lens at one end and light-sensitive film at the other)
  • (shop) do one's shopping; "She goes shopping every Friday"
  • (shop) patronize: do one's shopping at; do business with; be a customer or client of
  • A place where things are manufactured or repaired; a workshop
  • A building or part of a building where goods or services are sold; a store
  • An act of going shopping
  • (shop) a mercantile establishment for the retail sale of goods or services; "he bought it at a shop on Cape Cod"

Saving Brisbanes Water
Saving Brisbanes Water
Firstly, about 2 years ago, I did a photoshop job on a sign that says "Flood" next to the river in New Farm. I painted the river water up around the Flood sign which is next to a restaurant and quite large. Every time we get lots of rain here, the views for this photo goes through the roof, as people see it from a search. Today, someone posted a link at the bottom of the comments to a ABC news photo of THE REAL THING and if you look at them side by side, it is amazingly similar. Mine was pure speculation. As we walk around the Gilligans Island where we are trapped, I can't help but notice the irony of some signs, as if you haven't already guessed. This was a silent carwash down the street. Our late walking excursion showed that the water is dropping, probably by about half a metre from what we saw this morning. The river is still a raging torrent, but the moorings and boats have ceased to float by, although there is a lot of smaller junk going passed. I just watched on TV a large sinking yacht in the river with 2 men on board. Eventually, the yacht sank rapidly from the rear, and the 2 men managed to separate in runabouts, but they were very close, and as the yacht went down, the bow flipped up and over and the masts and rigging capsized the runabouts and depositied the people in the river. Apparently they were both rescued and one was slightly hurt. I spoke to a policeman at the city end of the road closure, and he told me that if the circumstances were desperate, they would allow me to drive out on the only available bridge exit lane but I may not be able to get back. There are roads flooded everywhere, and it may be tricky finding a path through streets that were usable, if we were to try to return home. It will be interesting to see what tomorrow brings, as it is possible that the water will drop quickly and sufficiently, to allow more roads to open. People this afternoon were able to walk to the dry parts of the city and South Bank, but it is only open to people and pushbikes, as it uses an elevated pedestrian path. A lady I spoke to returning from this trip says that South Bank looks like a war zone. We are doing ok, we still get some emergency power, as the building manager has found a way to get friends deliver a drum of fuel at the railway overhead bridge where he meets it to trolly it across the railway to bring to the apartment. He is fantastic for that effort. We walked over the railway footbridge to the dry side of the line, and found a small Chinese store who had friends buy essentials like bread, milk, batteries at stores in parts of the city less affected, and drive them to their shop so people here can buy some things. It is the only shop open here. Top marks to them for their efforts. My comment last night about my camera was that the cable connecting the camera to the laptop was left behind. I have more photos, but no way of getting them onto the laptop. If I use my Panasonic camera, it is all good, this is what you see today. Cheers for now, and let's see what tomorrow brings. Mrs Mail is pressing to return to the castle, even though there is no electricity there.
F, for Feet!
F, for Feet!
I got this old camera from a thrift/op shop, for $2, and it didn't work. ): but then as i was fiddling with it, i put the lens of my canon, up to the veiwfinder on it. And snapped a shot. This is how it turned out. :D i am in love!!! - Still in brisbane!- the orange things look like F's, no? haha.

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