Moroccan Architecture

Kasbahs, colourful doors, arches, stucco and zellij all make Moroccan architecture very distinctive and colourful. The designs and techniques go back hundreds of years and have produced structures ideal for the climate. The imperial Moroccan gateway of Bab el-Mansour is found in Meknes, Morocco. It has zellij, or traditional mosaic tilework, and inscriptions across the…

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Mule Deer And The Hardships They Endure In The Winter Months.

Western United States specifically the state of Utah 2017 brought some of the most harsh winter weather seen in years! In Utah it is not uncommon to receive depths of snow in the 200 inch range this year with depths of 300 to over 400 inches has created problems for not only people but more…

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Mule Deer And The Hardships They Endure In The Winter Months.

Western United States specifically the state of Utah 2017 brought some of the most harsh winter weather seen in years! In Utah it is not uncommon to receive depths of snow in the 200 inch range this year with depths of 300 to over 400 inches has created problems for not only people but more…

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Bird-Proof Netting Over Fruit Orchards

The Granite Belt region of southern Queensland is famous for its fruit production: Grapes, strawberries, plums, apples, cherries and more. The farmers have to put up with wannabee ‘share farmers’: Birds by day and flying foxes (the world’s largest fruit bat) by night. Many use bird netting, and there are thousands of acres under such…

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Bird-Proof Netting Over Fruit Orchards

The Granite Belt region of southern Queensland is famous for its fruit production: Grapes, strawberries, plums, apples, cherries and more. The farmers have to put up with wannabee ‘share farmers’: Birds by day and flying foxes (the world’s largest fruit bat) by night. Many use bird netting, and there are thousands of acres under such…

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Farm Country Grain Harvest

This is a short visual and written effort describing cereal crop harvest on many small, medium and large farms on the northern prairies. Harvest time is a season of stress, anxiety and joy. This is the season when the rewards of a good or bad year become apparent. I have tried to include some simple…

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Farm Country Grain Harvest

This is a short visual and written effort describing cereal crop harvest on many small, medium and large farms on the northern prairies. Harvest time is a season of stress, anxiety and joy. This is the season when the rewards of a good or bad year become apparent. I have tried to include some simple…

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Animals Of Canadian Forests

Animals of Canadian forests presents some of the beautiful animals species roaming around our beautiful Canadian forests. Those twelve images were taken across Canada, mostly in national parks. Red vixen feeding her kits. The red fox (Vulpes vulpes) is the largest of the true foxes and the most abundant member of the Carnivora. Apart from…

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Animals Of Canadian Forests

Animals of Canadian forests presents some of the beautiful animals species roaming around our beautiful Canadian forests. Those twelve images were taken across Canada, mostly in national parks. Red vixen feeding her kits. The red fox (Vulpes vulpes) is the largest of the true foxes and the most abundant member of the Carnivora. Apart from…

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Burrowing Owls Small Ground Owls Most People Don’t See

The Burrowing Owl a small but strong owl hunts mice and voles also insects like grasshoppers. This owl uses deserted burrows of other mammals to raise their young in they can be found in almost any type of field. In the month of April they start working their way back into the Utah area where…

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Burrowing Owls Small Ground Owls Most People Don’t See

The Burrowing Owl a small but strong owl hunts mice and voles also insects like grasshoppers. This owl uses deserted burrows of other mammals to raise their young in they can be found in almost any type of field. In the month of April they start working their way back into the Utah area where…

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Mount Mulligan And Tyrconnell Mines

Discover the Tyrconnell Gold mine north of Dimbulah, with its working stamper battery. Continue on to Mount Mulligan where Qld’s worst ever mining disaster saw 75 men lose their lives in a massive explosion in 1921. Wander through the cemetery and ruins in the shadow of the imposing Mount Mulligan. Old Ute, Mount Mulligan, the…

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Mount Mulligan And Tyrconnell Mines

Discover the Tyrconnell Gold mine north of Dimbulah, with its working stamper battery. Continue on to Mount Mulligan where Qld’s worst ever mining disaster saw 75 men lose their lives in a massive explosion in 1921. Wander through the cemetery and ruins in the shadow of the imposing Mount Mulligan. Old Ute, Mount Mulligan, the…

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