Day 129-135, 366 Day Project

Days 129-135, 366 Day Project

“Magic is everywhere, explore & be amazed everyday!”

 

“Wall Art at Little Miss Saine”

Day 129 (8 May 2016)

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I spotted this really cool wall feature at my local hangout Little Miss Saine…I love the simplicity of the artwork and such a creative use of hiding a windowsill on a wall.

Little Miss Saine is fully licensed with live entertainment and Boutique Beers, Ciders, Wines, Cocktails and Tapas style menu. Friday nights are a hit opening at 5pm until late. If you’re not doing anything on a Friday…go check them out.

 

“Rustic Ornament”

Day 130 (9 May 2016)

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I noticed this rustic pot plant ornament perched in a healthy rosemary plant at my local hangout Little Miss Saine…I love the quirky and simply décor of this café.

Little Miss Saine is a Café and Bar, promoting products that are of high quality, a focus on artisan products that are good for you, good for your taste buds. Great food and atmosphere, with artisan delights and beans from boutique roaster Belissimo.

Little Miss Saine is fully licensed with live entertainment and Boutique Beers, Ciders, Wines, Cocktails and Tapas style menu. Friday nights are a hit opening at 5pm until late. If you’re not doing anything on a Friday…go check them out.

 

“Lennox”

Day 131 (10 May 2016)

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Meet Stevie and her precious 4-month-old son, Lennox. I love photographing babies, they’re such an amazing gift, and becoming a parent, regardless of whether it’s for the first or sixth time, is one of the most rewarding and humbling experiences of one’s life.

“The Moment A Child Is Born the mother is also born. She never existed before. The woman existed, but the mother, never. A mother is something absolutely new.” ~ Rajneesh

“Grevillea”

Day 132 (11 May 2016)

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Up close and personal to the Grevillea ‘Honey Gem’ – a tall growing plant (between 3-5m or 10-15′ tall) with golden yellow flowers that are extremely bird attracting.

Grevillea species range from prostrate shrubs less than 50 cm (20 in) tall to trees 35 m (115 ft) tall. Common names include grevillea, spider flower, silky oak and toothbrush plant.

The brightly coloured, petal-less flowers consist of a calyx tube that splits into 4 lobes with long styles.[2]

They are good bird-attracting plants, honeyeaters in particular are common visitors.

 

“Bernie”

Day 133 (12 May 2016)

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Meet Bernie the clever white female cockatoo (a large white parrot) and his proud owner Nic who. I bumped into them at my favourite café Little Miss Saine. It’s not everyday you see a white cockatoo perched up on baby stroller wearing a bright pink harness and lead. I just couldn’t help but ask if I could take Bernie’s photo. Nic was so proud of her buddy and she even got Bernie to do some tricks, one that included him showing me how wide he could spread his beautiful wings.

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“Catch of The Day”

Day 134 (13 May 2016)

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Check out this catch of the day…you’d have to be happy with this catch. Four guys brought this catch in off Point Cartwright. Spearfishing is an ancient method of fishing that has been used throughout the world for millennia.

Shore diving is perhaps the most common form of spearfishing and simply involves entering and exiting the sea from beaches or headlands and hunting around ocean structures,[16] usually reef, but also rocks, kelp or sand. Usually shore divers hunt at depths of 5–25 metres (16–82 ft), depending on location.

 

“My Catch”

Day 135 (14 May 2016)

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Spearfishing is an ancient method of fishing that has been used throughout the world for millennia.

Today modern spearfishing makes use of elastic powered spearguns and slings, or compressed gas pneumatic powered spearguns, to strike the hunted fish. Specialised techniques and equipment have been developed for various types of aquatic environments and target fish.

Spearfishing may be done using free-diving, snorkelling, or scuba diving techniques. Spearfishing while using scuba equipment is illegal in some countries. The use of mechanically powered spear guns is also outlawed in some countries and jurisdictions. Spearfishing is highly selective, normally uses no bait and has no by-catch.

 

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