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Paul Pavlinovich
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IT Architect, Scout Leader, Puffing Billy Way n Works
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Taylors Lakes, Victoria, Australia - Melton, Victoria, Australia - St Albans, Victoria, Australia - San Francisco, California - Oakland, California - Glen Waverley, Victoria, Australia - Vermont, Victoria, Australia - Berkeley, California
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Paul Pavlinovich is an avid photographer of more than 30 years experience. A qualified trainer and leader puts him in a good position to help people learn the art of photography. Paul seeks opportunities to contribute to his community, whether that be local, with youth, or photographic colleagues. Paul leads the Melbourne Photowalkers community utilising the social networking platform Google+. Paul runs photographic workshops and blogs to improve the community body of knowledge as well as his own. Paul is a leader of youth within Scouting at local and branch levels. Whenever possible Paul is up bush or on the coast some place. Paul regularly writes and edits for non fiction magazines. Paul also volunteers on the Puffing Billy Railway. Recently Paul has dipped a toe into the waters of authoring speculative fiction.
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Guess what Sunday will be? +SteamySunday where you share your images of steam in any form you find or make it tag it with #steamysunday  and mention +Paul Pavlinovich and +Shelly Gunderson so we can find your images. Our favourites will be reshared to the theme page. Every now and then I'll pick one like this from +Michelle Thompson to announce the weekly theme.
 
Midwinter Xmas Dinner Express 2
Woodville, New Zealand

Feilding Steam Rail excursion, Feilding to Masterton return, 17 July 2016.


+SteamySunday  #SteamySunday  - +Paul Pavlinovich and +Shelly Gunderson
+TransportTuesday  #TransportTuesday  - +Gene Bowker and +Annie Irving

#Wab794   #FeildingSteamRail   #Woodville   #NewZealand  
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Wow, thanks for another share, +Paul Pavlinovich!
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واو i cant blived 
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The gene pool got deeper on #caturday 
A tiger approaches a woman at a Beijing wildlife park. Photo. CCTV cameras captured the moments leading up to the attack. YouTube: CCTV News. Tigers have killed one woman and injured another at a wildlife park in Beijing, after the pair left their car inside a safari-style attraction.
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Good kitty!
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+Ananda Sim a lovely bit of sun on Saturday - still very chilly especially as I made my way down to the head water of the creek
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Oi! Photographer. Yes you. Get off your arse and use collections.

The writing is on the wall, the new g+ is being emphasised around Collections and Communities.

First the scary words, if you don't use collections for your art/images/work/whateveritistoyou then you're going to become irrelevant in the new g+. Now that Google+ is moving into the Apps Core Service for business "Google+ for Work" the old g+ is likely to vanish very soon. Avoid being left behind. Get into new g+ and get into making your collections. Remember always "move" not "add" the posts to the collection so you don't bombard your followers.

Here are some really good reasons to get into collections now:

1. The algorithm that surfaces your posts to users emphasises collections over everything else
2. All featured content is now via Collections - old concepts like the SUL are dead
3. Google programs like Crea+e are pushing collections over everything else - you cannot even join Crea+e without a strong set of collections
4. Collections are better for your consumers - they don't have to follow you anymore, they can follow just some or all of your collections, they can also unfollow a collection but keep following you to keep their stream the way they want it.
5. Did I mention if you don't embrace collections you will be become irrelevant?

Do you need more? Really? Just do it.
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Go down or up, all options covered - Living Escher Building
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+Reggie Hudson thanks mate - this is history now, the whole building was replaced by apartments
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It's a fun theme. I play sometimes.
 
Come share your favorite grassy photos to +Grass Tuesday  #GrassTuesday  !! Enjoy this great collection!! If you are receiving a notification, then at least one of your grassy photos has been added to the collection!! Share and Enjoy!!

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I'm not dead yet...

Just a quick note as to why I'm so quiet... I'm on the organising team for a large Scout event. I'm doing the data cleansing (which means chasing hundreds of people for the information they should have submitted but didn't - grrr). Anyway we're at the pointy end as the event runs this weekend. See you on the other side :)
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Ah OK Got it. :-) Wow, 650. No wonder you are busy.
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+Elias yeah it's a little hard to get your head around it 
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Found at the Gertrude Street Projection Festival. Absolutely fascinating to watch. Apologies for the jumipness I lost some frames and had to join two seperate runs.

Site Number: 23
Site Location: Megan Park Facade, 200 Gertrude St

Artwork Title: Reverie
Artist: Luzena Adams

More information: http://gspf.com.au/program/gspf-2016/luzena-adams-16/
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+Uriel Alanis Perez yes very, a great artist 
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Photowalk Sunday 7th August: The Beeches and Taggerty Cascades 10am - 2pm

It's been a while since we've done a a bushwalk. We will start and finish at The Beeches Car Park. The walk itself takes about two hours along a formed trail which has some steep sections. Boots advisable. We'll drag it out as long as necessary to capture the local environment and will spend up to an an hour at Taggerty Cascades where we will have byo picnic lunch that you'll carry on the walk.

The image below is from the bottom part of the Cascades.

Note: If the weather is wet or excessively windy this won't go ahead.

Immerse yourself in the best rainforest trail the national park has to offer. This enjoyable circuit walk skirts through Mountain Ash regrowth before entering a delightful temperate rainforest of Myrtle Beech, Southern Sassafras, Blackwood, tall tree ferns and thick green mosses. The trail passes Taggerty Cascades, which provide a noisy contrast to the quiet Whitehouse Creek. A number of timber bridges and floating boardwalks are crossed along the way. Lyrebirds are common in the area.

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Beware alien hanger traps
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+Paul Pavlinovich better be careful then, don't want to be probed.
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I love this small glorious Street art festival. Apart from the projection art there are small installations scattered everywhere, some official some not. The window shopping us awesome and some of the best food in Melbourne is available in the Gerty.
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Bar is ok. Prices ok for city. Too damn loud. Have to yell at each other. Ears ringing after. Main selling point is sparrows in the back. Best Philly cheese steak outside Philly. Jul16 update they've solved the noise issue got them another star.
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Exactly a Philly Cheesesteak bloody awesome. Back tonight still bloody awesome.
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Fuel and stuff to make you fat. What else could you want from a servo? People are friendly.
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I got fish ball soup made fresh. She offered chilli said very hot make hot balls. I said only with splash back, she laughed. She's right though. Hot balls.
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Good foreshore park. Lots of space. Has facilities such as toilets, tables, bbq even a giant bronze crab.
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