This Boston Bomber, not the other one

Suddenly my photo if a Boston Bomber (Otherwise known as the Douglas A-20), located in Point Cook, is receiving lots of search engine inspired hits, mostly from bing. Notably google seems to be able to tell the difference, none from google. I guess that this bomber was instrumental in many more deaths, but . . . → Read More: This Boston Bomber, not the other one

The Gate

A gate image of mine used in another mash up. The first for quite a while.

CS Ile De Rè

Back in 2006 I knew the CS Ile De Rè was in town, though I did not know where. While with the Sydney Photobloggers walk we saw it. I took the opportunity to take some photos. Today one photo turned up on this web site about cable ships.

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Photo Mondays – Grey Lattice Sky Scraper

A metallic grey skyscraper with it’s lattice work structure on the outside reaches into the grey sky in Seoul, South Korea. You can purchase this image on Getty Images.

Photos Mondays – Fret work door with yellow drapes

In the Imperial Palace in Seoul, South Korea, A fret work door with back lit yellow drapes and lucky charms. You can purchase this image on Getty Images.

Photo Mondays – Metallic and Glass Skyscraper

Looking up the side of a tall grey metallic and glass sky scraper in Seoul, South Korea at the geometric shapes. You can purchase this image on Getty Images.

Photo Mondays – Temple Gate

A large serious red wooden gate of the Temple from the outside. You can purchase this image on Getty Images.

Photo Monday – Ceremonial Drum

A Ceremonial Drum in a Buddhist temple in Seoul Korea. You can purchase this image on Getty Images.

Photo Monday – Roof Ornaments

A photo of decorative, symbolic Roof Ornaments on the Imperial Palace in Seoul. You can purchase this image on Getty Images.

Photo Mondays – Temple Sign

A faded swastika on the end of a wooden Buddhist Temple building in Seoul Korea. You can purchase this image on Getty Images.