Australia / Oceania

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

Target Stores

One of the most recognized corporate symbols in the United States is that of the Target corporation, who have 1,351 stores in 47 of the 50 states. Of those 1,351 stores we’ve found three which have a giant Target painted…

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Sunday, 14th August 2005

Kata Tjuta

Next to Uluru are 36 are smaller monoliths known as Kata Tjuta (or ‘The Olgas’). The highest of the monoliths is Mount Olga which is 546 metres tall. Kata Tjuta used to be one gigantic monolith many times the size…

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Wednesday, 3rd August 2005

Spiral Artwork

There’s some really cool Spiral artwork on a farmland near Snells Beach, New Zealand. The 80m wide artwork represents a Koru and is made of clay covered in grass. A recent New Zealand Herald article has more about the piece…

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Wednesday, 3rd August 2005
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