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Carpets of Canberra: a little Asia Minor by the open fire at Olim’s. Nice refurb.  (at Olims Bar and Bistro)

Carpets of Canberra: a little Asia Minor by the open fire at Olim’s. Nice refurb. (at Olims Bar and Bistro)

A Place to Call Home?

The welcome mat at an exhibition about Australia’s post WWII migrant hostels, at the National Archives of Australia, Canberra. 

The exhibition features photos, stories and relics from a time when we welcomed new migrants from war-torn countries to our community…

On until September 30
http://www.naa.gov.au/visit-us/exhibitions/migrant-hostels/index.aspx 


 (at National Archives of Australia)

A Place to Call Home?

The welcome mat at an exhibition about Australia’s post WWII migrant hostels, at the National Archives of Australia, Canberra.

The exhibition features photos, stories and relics from a time when we welcomed new migrants from war-torn countries to our community…

On until September 30
http://www.naa.gov.au/visit-us/exhibitions/migrant-hostels/index.aspx


(at National Archives of Australia)

Random Canberra : blinded by the light going over the crest near the Lake George lookout.  (at Lake George Federal Highway)

Random Canberra : blinded by the light going over the crest near the Lake George lookout. (at Lake George Federal Highway)

Random Canberra : a minimalist view of Lake George, with wind turbines and a super moon.  (at Federal Highway, Lake George.)

Random Canberra : a minimalist view of Lake George, with wind turbines and a super moon. (at Federal Highway, Lake George.)

Random Canberra : foggy morning.  (at North Canberra)

Random Canberra : foggy morning. (at North Canberra)

Colourful hands. 
NAIDOC Week is a national annual week in which Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples celebrate their history, culture & achievements. Today in Canberra we had NAIDOC on the Peninsula, a big family day where everyone was welcome to join the celebrations. 

After the Outside Broadcast for work was done, I went over to check out the event. Great to see crowds of people of all cultures enjoying the day.  (at Aiatsis Library)

Colourful hands.
NAIDOC Week is a national annual week in which Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples celebrate their history, culture & achievements. Today in Canberra we had NAIDOC on the Peninsula, a big family day where everyone was welcome to join the celebrations.

After the Outside Broadcast for work was done, I went over to check out the event. Great to see crowds of people of all cultures enjoying the day. (at Aiatsis Library)

NAIDOC Week is a national annual week in which Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples celebrate their history, culture & achievements. Today in Canberra we had NAIDOC on the Peninsula, a big family day where everyone was welcome to join the celebrations. 

After the Outside Broadcast was done, I went over to check out the event. The National Museum had a ‘texture stall’ with a range of objects which, rather than being behind glass, we could pick up and discuss with Aboriginal curatorial staff.  (at Aiatsis Library)

NAIDOC Week is a national annual week in which Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples celebrate their history, culture & achievements. Today in Canberra we had NAIDOC on the Peninsula, a big family day where everyone was welcome to join the celebrations.

After the Outside Broadcast was done, I went over to check out the event. The National Museum had a ‘texture stall’ with a range of objects which, rather than being behind glass, we could pick up and discuss with Aboriginal curatorial staff. (at Aiatsis Library)

At work on a Sunday morning. This is my view: (at ABC 666 Canberra)

At work on a Sunday morning. This is my view: (at ABC 666 Canberra)

The satellite downlink out the back at work, the other evening. No filter, I kid you not.  (at ABC 666 Canberra)

The satellite downlink out the back at work, the other evening. No filter, I kid you not. (at ABC 666 Canberra)

Looking west.
On the Hume Hwy, somewhere near Gundagai, rural NSW.  (at Hume Highway)

Looking west.
On the Hume Hwy, somewhere near Gundagai, rural NSW. (at Hume Highway)