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I live near Fremantle, Western Australia. If you enjoy my images please feel free to print or download any for private enjoyment. - Also visit my daily family safe weblog at Fremantlebiz: I have another online image cache at Picasa: Oh, and don't forget to check out my family safe YouTube site:

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Small clumps of remnant native vegetation in the upper reaches of this inland river system provide precarious refuges for the native fauna. There’s significant added pressure from feral cats, foxes and road traffic, plus agricultural chemicals and rising salinity in rivers and wetlands as a result of the intensive clearing for farms. For more information and photos go to Fremantlebiz - 25 May 2010.

The so-called Pink Lake near the centre of the island gets its colouring from a photosynthetic microorganism named Dunaliella salina. It produces carotenoids and reddish-yellow pigments in stressful hypersaline conditions and bright sunlight at the end of of long hot summers. This panoramic image was taken on 14 April 2010. For more information and other images relating to Pink Lake go to Fremantlebiz.

I have a panorama of the same area taken three months previously. Click here

I've put up a panorama of the same area three months later. Click here

Paul i think it great to find a fellow local user on panoramio and a nikon user you get a gold star so i can see more. i am having a very quick look at you gallery i have to leave and go surfing so i have not a lot of time. steve fellow WA

Beautiful view!


Best Regards from Italy !


The see images of a twilight Christmas carol concert in the piazza of this church go to Fremantlebiz - 14 December 2009. Or to Panoramio and Panoramio

For more information and photos involving this Google camera-car go to Fremantlebiz 12 December 2009.

Our house is the one with all the palm trees in the centre of the stitched composite, which was taken facing westward. In the distance beyond Palmyra are East Fremantle and Fremantle precincts. To the left of our house the Fremantle War Memorial can be seen in the distance on Monument Hill. The port is on the other side of the hill. If I’d been able to get about another 20 feet higher I probably could have seen the Indian Ocean and Rottnest Island. On the right, or northern side of the panorama can been seen a red Coles supermarket sign on the Melville (Bicton) shopping complex. We can walk there in less than two minutes, which is pretty handy. The complex’s car park is utilised as a flea market on Sunday mornings. For more information go to Fremantlebiz, 7 December 2009.

Normally very busy roads in the suburb of O'Connor near Fremantle were closed off on 16 November 2009 because of a plume of nasty smoke from an export meat works which was destroyed by fire. For more information go to Fremantlebiz, 17 November 2009.


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