Australia

Ericsson?

I’m looking at my mobile phone here, and I’m pretty sure it says ‘Sony Ericsson’ across the front… Isn’t it about time these guys updated their roof? Thanks to Steven Arnold.

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Tuesday, 6th December 2005

Colly Farms Cotton

A factory just south if the Brisbane River in Queensland displays ‘Colly Farms Cotton‘. I’m presuming they’re spinning cotton in there, despite Colly Cotton being “solely a marketing company” since its absorbtion by the Twynam agricultural group. Of course, where…

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Friday, 2nd December 2005

Werribee Park

The Victorian State Rose Garden at Werribee Park is made up of 5500 roses planted in the shape of a tudor rose. Also to see at Werribee Park is the Chirnside Mansion, the National Equestrian Centre and the Victorian Open…

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Sunday, 27th November 2005

4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, then you’ll have heard all about everyone’s favourite show, ‘Lost‘. And if you’re a fan, then you’ll know that the numbers 4, 8, 15, 16, 23 and 42 are of great significance. So…

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Saturday, 5th November 2005

Red Mud Dam

Near Gladstone in Queensland, Australia is a gigantic, bright-orange lake known as Red Mud Dam. Although the explanations I found were a little confusing, it seems that the colouring is due to residue formed through the process of extracting aluminium…

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Friday, 4th November 2005

Hyundai & Audi cars

Just by looking at the shape and colour of these tiny cars parked outside an Australian car dealership I can identify them as Hyundai and Audi cars. Pretty impressive, huh? Thanks: shea marshall

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Wednesday, 12th October 2005
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