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day nineteen: the dark room

Author: Angela Betzien

Published: 2009

Synopsis: A deep night in a hotel room somewhere in the Northern Territory spans time and space to show how six lost souls encounter and mark each other irrevocably. 164 more words

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We’ve been surrounded by big storms lately and even a few cyclones, but none landed in our area luckily.

I noticed that when I go for my walk, I see now the endless variety of colors that Nature creates in color name. 9 more words

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Crocodile Tears emerged from the steamy monsoons of world heritage-listed Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia. With its hard-edged lyrics, stunning melodies and beautifully crafted songs, the band paid tribute to the cultural and natural significance of its birthplace. 152 more words

Australian Musicians

Evidence of largest asteroid impact zone on Earth found in Australian outback

Two huge meteorite scars spanning 400km have been linked to one huge asteroid, creating an impact zone dwarfing that of Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula

Read more on: http://newsrule.com/evidence-of-largest-asteroid-impact-zone-on-earth-found-in-australian-outback/

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The Territory needs scale for statehood—and quickly

  • Territorians deserve statehood – anything less confers on them second-class citizenship
  • Territorians rejected statehood in 1998 on the basis of the lack of Senators (Labor probably saw electoral disadvantage in the three-senator model)
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Sunday Stills, the next challenge: The Letter “U”

Uluru 1974. I tried to stitch these but no go. It was raining very lightly on this day. A rare experience. For Ed’s Sunday Stills

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