Some pics

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Just a few pics from Christmas/New Years/Queensland. I did have a few more I wanted to post but culled for brevity's sake.

This was in a Christmas Cracker opened on Christmas day at my parents

A traditional view of the water jet in Canberra

Although I like this one better

A spaniel provoking a black swan. I wonder which creature would win if it came down to a true fight..

Yes, I painted my fingernails and toenails with blue glitter for new years :)

Some of Stu's cardinal tetras

The fantastic marine tank display at Clayfield aquarium

A turtle we saw at the wetlands overlook

And the wetland lake itself

Stu has already posted some of the better pics we took while birdwatching here, but here's an ok one of a seagull in flight

Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine!


Missyisms said:

It looks like you had a nice, scenic holiday! Thanks for sharing the pictures; I particularly like the Clayfield aquarium and the turtle pictures.

Sorry about your long, solo drive. I don't know why scientists haven't copied the Star Trek "beaming" thing. I'm all for that! ;-) I hope that your ST television viewing got past season 1 of TNG, which, sadly, is a bit hard to take in large doses.

January 11, 2006 4:42 AM


kazza said:

I took a picture of the Clayfield aquarium in October, and took this new one to compare the tanks and see if they change stuff due to losses. But it looks basically identical, so it seems that the tank is actually thriving.

Oh I've been saying for months I need a teleporter. It'd solve most all of my problems in life at the moment :)

January 11, 2006 6:49 AM


Ben said:

I love the little tchotchkes that come in christmas crackers. :)

January 11, 2006 11:40 AM


kazza said:

Yeah except most of them are completely crap :)

January 11, 2006 9:35 PM


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